From the BBNP Facebook page: Wildland fire (updated 8:45pm): earlier this evening a wildland fire jumped the Rio Grande and has burned 50 acres within the park near Castolon. Cottonwood campground has been evacuated. Big Bend NP Wildland firefighters are on scene as well as Terlingua Fire & EMS. We ask that people avoid the Castolon area both for their safety and so that crews can operate as efficiently as possible. Please stay tuned for more updates tomorrow morning.
« Last post by alan in shreveport on Today at 09:44:59 PM »
Really enjoyed it BK, thanks for taking the time to put it together. The music was just right too.
If I had a spare US $ 60,000 I would book a room in the lodge for an entire year.
Damn you! Couldn't wait until June or July when the urge gets even worse?I plan to have some new material by July.
Damn you! Couldn't wait until June or July when the urge gets even worse?
Bravo, well done.
Very nice! Had to wait until I got home to watch it. I think there may have been one or two in there that I hadn't seen before.
« Last post by riverdogrescuer on Today at 07:02:52 PM »
Is there any area of the Big Bend Ranch state park that is at an elevation that makes it cooler than the surrounding desert floor like Chisos in the national park. I know how hot it gets in July, I've been before, but the milky way is in her full glory and that's what I chase. Just checking out the state park vs the national park. I drive a stock Jeep wrangler JK unlimited, so I can go all but the most extreme places. Thanks in advance for any advice you can give me about keeping cool, relatively speaking.
Well done, sir!
Having some withdrawal symptoms? This may help? Or make it worse!
« Last post by RichardM on May 21, 2019, 05:46:25 PM »
What website publishes that rainfall data?
Here are links to ones I've found on the Iowa State site:
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