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"Secluded" and "on the road early" might be mutually exclusive terms - at least they would be for me. Terlingua Abajo might meet both those requirements.
I don't have a 4x4 vehicle, but I drive a 2WD ford escape, so I can get through most stuff.
QuoteWhat year is the Escape?2011, why?Sent from my iPhone using Big Bend Chat
What year is the Escape?2011, why?
Quote from: puzzlejug on November 01, 2016, 07:07:44 AMQuoteWhat year is the Escape?2011, why?Sent from my iPhone using Big Bend ChatBecause my daughter has a 2013 and there is no way that vehicle should go off road in Big Bend. The 2011 is the older body style...should be better. Still, check your clearance.....
Hey guys I had a couple of question as well. Hope you don't mind. Im going next week with a group of 5 and we are looking to go primitive car camping but we really don't know which location would be good. The only two criteria would be that its secluded, not entirely in the middle of nowhere but also to the point that we could be alone with minimal contact with other people. The second would just be a spot where star gazing would be awesome and viewable. which would you guys chose for those criteria??? thanks for your time to read this and answering!! (the bottom is the list of campsites available) Primitive Roadside Campsites— Croton SpringsPrimitive Roadside Campsites— Grapevine HillsPrimitive Roadside Campsite— Hannold DrawPrimitive Roadside Campsites— K-BarPrimitive Roadside Campsite— Nine Point DrawPrimitive Roadside Campsites— Old Maverick RoadPrimitive Roadside Campsites— Paint Gap
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