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Any recommendations on Terlingua Ranch. I phoned and spoke to Kathy at the Ranch and she took her time to answer my questions on her dime. Makes me want to consider this as a place to camp. I know it's somewhat out of the way, but this seems to be owned by locals and run for all the right reasons. This trip will be with a couple other families beginning March 19th or so for five nights. Thanks for any insight.....
We'll be in BBNP and BBRSP for day hikes and thought this would be a good central location. It seems better to me than all the way to the East side of the park at RGV.
Webshots.com shows some pretty good pics of a guy next to a swimming hole at the Ranch
goes by the name of D. B Smith. That wouldn't be Dale would it??
Daryl:I noticed on your website that you built this house on the Terlingua Ranch which looks great from the photos.
Can you give us an idea of cost from start to finish and the approximate square footage?
One other question. I noted that it is built at an elevated level probably to keep it cooler in the heat of the summer.
Doesn't having it elevated however with obvious access points create a problem with wildlife, snakes, etc. taking refuge there.
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