It’s a long lonely road that leads you to Lajitas, TX. A small village with a large resort RV park, situated between Big Bend National Park and Big Bend State Park. Literally thousands and thousands of acres of what many would call nothing. This past Thursday found us in our favorite spot for a week or so, looking forward to lots of fun and fellowship with fellow Casita owners.
The first couple of day were cold and rainy, but we made do. As soon as the sun came out it was hiking time. Big Bend State park is larger than some states, and has very few roads. Mostly trails for hiking and mountain biking. A friend and I took one yesterday.
The Fresno Divide trail takes you about four miles up to a saddle between two watersheds. Very desolate country with little wildlife visible as we slowly made our way upward. There were signs that some did exist, however.
Shots along the way. No sounds whatever.
The divide, looking West.
Views to the East.
A man could die out here. Thankful for hiking buddy’s.
Signs of man’s presence were to be found, though. I wonder how old?
I named this the “Coon Tail” cactus.
OBTW. As for the fajitas, margaritas, and senoritas, we are enjoying spending time with all of them.
All for now……