There have little ranchettes complete with horses and livestock. The gravel as well as the cement plant are located here.
Most homes face the Rio Grande and have a great view of the river as well as of the hills in Mexico. This is the only sub-division in Del Rio along the banks of the Rio Grande...the rest are private ranches that have been in the same family for years and that have no public access.
|An RV pad with beautiful vistas|
|The hills in Mexico|
|See how close Mexico is|
This is the end of the road and a private ranch. When my dad bought our lot back in the 70's he bought it from a man that lived here. Have no idea if this was part of his land or if he was just a real estate agent or both.
Since the end of the road sits on high ground you can get a good view of the Rio Grande.
|We think it is in this area|
|With my luck it would be this one with the mesquite trees I hate!|
|Seems like someone made an attempt to mark their lot|
This time of the year the road is dressed up in what is known in Mexico as "Flores del Dia del Muerto" translation..."Flowers of the Day of the Dead".
I was worried about the railroad bridge having low clearance for an RV ( I had Sally da House in mind) but if cement trucks can get by and all those motor homes in the sub-division made it...no reason why she wouldn't either.
Good night. May you all have Terlingua Dreams.