Big Bend Conservancy
had to google that one....lol
The Big Bend region of Texas is one of the great wonders of the Southwest. Wild, vast, and isolated this land of desert, river canyon, and rugged mountains is as close to the primeval as anything on this continent. The Big Bend. A History of the Last Texas Frontier by Ron C. Tyler
I love the question and in fact have thought of answers to it myself. In the world of today, it is so hard to be surprised or in awe of anything. That is whay I like Big Bend, in those two thoughts. I had no idea what I would find when I went five years ago and have been in awe ever since.I made a "small" video thing I would love to share with everyone, but do not know how to do it. It is a windows media file and is normally about 30megs. I have reduced it down to less than 8. I would love to put it somewhere or email it to someone to get it on this site. It is my own tribute to Big Bend. I will admit I look at it alot whenever I am stuck at work wishing I was there.Also, I have no idea how to insert a photo. The one that David did is one of the best I have seen of the park. I know he has hundreds more.
I will be there soon! More specifically, the last week of March And the trip will be go into April. I love to be in the Park during this time period
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