A roadrunner welcomed us to the last site at Cottonwood Campground.
The Mule Ears peaks point the way to the spring.
A hiker climbing the stairs at Santa Elena Canyon.
Marine fossils in Santa Elena Canyon.
Waters from the Rio Grande and Rio Conchos rivers etched the limestone in Santa Elena Canyon during the last 2 million years.
My view on the mile between the ferry crossing in Big Bend National Park and Boquillas, Mexico.
Tom and I in Santa Elena Canyon, Big Bend National Park.
A frog at Mule Ears Spring.
Just one of the 360-degree views from the top of the Lost Mine Trail.
An Acorn Woodpecker along the Lost Mine Trail.
The Window Trail.
A view of the Rio Grande from the roller-coaster drive to Presidio.
Bee and Texas Bluebonnets on the road to Presidio.
Dale, Alice, Annie and Elliot, the coolest family on wheels.
Looking toward the Mexican side of the crossing to Boquillas.
The International Ferry.
The rest of my view.
Our first glimpse of Boquillas.
The parking lot for burros.
A view of the Rio Grande from Jose Falcons.
Edgar's uncle talking about the mining near Boquillas.
The solar plant built for the town.
Some of the houses built by the state to replace those lost in a flood.
Edgar introduces us to some baby burros.
Residents sell embroidered items, walking sticks and figures made of copper wire and beads.
The simple church at Boquillas.
A cowboy in town.
Stairs in the scoured canyon leading along the Window Trail.
Sunset on The Epic Van
While we’ve got the emergency brake on, I thought we’d share some of our favorite spots from our five years on the road.
One of the top 10 is Big Bend National Park. Here’s the post from our visit there:
Big Bend National Park: Two campsites, four hikes and a burro ride
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