[Texas❥Big Bend National Park + Texas❥Guadalupe Mountains National Park] One weekend, I checked in 4 national parks and received 4 maps, but now every time I get a map, my feelings of satisfaction have become sad. The 40 maps collected by 40 national parks were stolen. I asked people, and no headquarters can have all the maps. This is probably the thing that hit me the most in 2019, so I decided now. You have to draw a collection yourself so that you won’t lose it.
There is a place on the extreme southwest of Texas, bordering Mexico. The starry sky here is dark but bright, and the river seems to be embedded in the canyon, flowing down from the heights without rush. At the end of a road, thousands of migratory birds perched on a solitary mountain standing in the desert, and the surrounding cacti were stubbornly blooming under the scorching sun. This magical and interesting place is called Big Bend. There is also a bay of hot springs in the desert, the water temperature is maintained at 105 degrees Fahrenheit and about 40 degrees Celsius all year round.
A few days without signal in Big Bend, during the day, hiking at 40 degrees, climbing the mountains and crossing the mountains with wild animals, inhabiting the mountains of bears and lions at night, seeing the brightest starry sky, too many photos, too magnificent
Don't know how to translate here? Big Bend National Park? In short, there is a river on the border between the United States and Mexico. This river passes through the desert and creates an oasis on both banks. The park is named after the river turns a 90-degree turn.