The weather finally cooled off a bit, so I took the opportunity to drive down to Big Bend National Park for my third visit. Packed up the night before, then left straight from work on Friday. Got to the Chisos Basin campground with enough time to set up, eat dinner and relax a little. Last time I was at Chisos Basin, everyone had hammocks. This time I brought my own.
That night I slept for eleven hours.
Saturday I drove around the park and did a bunch of short hikes. The stand-out feature was Santa Elena Canyon:
I spent the afternoon reading in the hammock, surrounded by mountains. Very relaxing.
Sunday I did the Window Trail hike. It's a nice hike down a dry stream bed that cut a "window" into a cliff.
As usual, more pictures here.
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