Waiting for a pulley for Skip's bus to be delivered, we thought we would do some trailer repair. The tire was about to blow, so the timing was right.
waiting and chillin
after the pulley was delivered we drove next door, bought some CB parts and tightened a muffler.
First day in the park.
We look like a Blue-grass band.
Near our campsite there is a trail called "The Old Ore Road," we didn't go too far on this trail. The road was pretty rough.
"Grapevine Hills" was a trail near Panther Junction, this wasn't as rough as the "Old Ore Road." It took us about an hour to drive about 3 miles. At the end of the trail we grilled lunch and went on a short hike. This is day 2, notice we have more buses.
lunch at Grapevine Hills, grillin action.
trail near Gravepine Hills, a short walk to a scenic overlook. Some people didn't feel that it was too short.
At this point Brad is wondering how I convinced him it was a short hike.
after the hike
we drove to the visitors center...it turned out we were the only ones visiting the center.
Terlingua, day 3. Notice we picked up another bus; an 84 Vanagon. Our new friends Marlene and Jean from Quebec. They camped next to us at our campsite and we adopted them.
Old building that can be rented out, looks great for groups.
Old church in Terlingua, built around 1918
The last day we went on a hike near the Chisos Mountains, a trail called "The Window."