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Old 12-09-2006, 05:42 AM   #38
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Originally Posted by cagiva549
Have fun in BB , be aware Rio Grande Village is a nice looking low altitude camp ground but it is overun with wild hogs , they will destroy any thing for food . And the basin is , well you will see when you get to it , Awsome but it gets kinda cool at times . Check this place , it might work for you . http://www.chinatihotsprings.com/map_directions.html , dirt roads to it but well maintained and Pinto canyon is sweet but it will be rough on the hack . At least check out the bridge on the south end , built by German POW's during WWII . Have a great trip . Some good food can be found at little hidden places in New Mexico but you have already had the best , you can start your diet now , you wont miss anything good . SEYA
http://www.chinatihotsprings.com Hope this one works
Hi David, thanks for the tips. I will also camp in the other Parks in vicinity, as I do not know when I will be back to the area one cannot miss anything... specially being winter and wanting to stay south.
Hard to beleive but there is a Big Bend Forum!!!... 300 or so members which I have joined and much information there also... they have made me feel very welcomed and that is a plus! Also Voni and Paul Glaves live a bit south of Alpine... which was a surprise!... So yes... I am looking forward to all of this... Was near 0 last night with traces of snow and ice... one reason why I am not leaving till this am... and then again... there are still many months of winter left!
Will stay in touch...
Be well... Ara & Spirit
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