• Awesome.

    February 27, 2010
  • Rachel B

    As accurate a description as any other I’ve ever read–and beautifully written, at that.

    Thanks for the reminder of how special a place are the Chisos Mountains and Big Bend National Park. Think I’ll trot down there on a day trip one day very soon.

    February 27, 2010
  • Steve C

    What a great story to end the day with.

    February 27, 2010
  • Wow, hope your writing a book about this trip! That was awesome, makes me want to load up and head out there!

    February 28, 2010
  • Jimmy

    big bend is a special place. i am glad you have seen it on two wheels. i have been there 3 times. next time it will be on 2 wheels!

    February 28, 2010
  • Adam


    February 28, 2010
  • terry

    It was so clear, Jenny. It looks
    like there were two skies, one on top of the other.
    And then in the desert, when the sun comes up ,I couldn’t tell where heavens stopped and the earth began. It was so beautiful.
    – Forrest Gump

    February 28, 2010
  • MyLifeOutdoors

    Beautiful pictures. Glad to hear the Chisos gave you a run for your money. Found the link to this post on Texas Mountain Trail Daily Photo… I look forward to reading some of your other posts

    March 01, 2010
  • john friedrichs

    You know itll be steep descent when some wag has cartooned onto the sign at the top of the hill sweat beads from the cab and smoke from the back wheels!!!!!……Stay warm…..Best to you both………John

    March 03, 2010
  • […] Chisos Basin is located in the middle of a mountainous fortress. From the main road through Big Bend National Park, you climb 5 miles up a steep and winding road, before reaching the summit and heading1.5 miles down into the 5,400-feet-high valley. From the campground, you are surrounded on all sides by mountain peaks, making sunset a truly magical experience. […]

    September 27, 2010

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