Check out this sassy bat 🦇😋
Tongue out, no pout. Just enough to add to the charm of this endangered species.
The Mexican long-nosed bat (L. nivalis) migrates from central Mexico up to Big Bend National Park in Texas, following and feeding on the agave bloom in higher elevations. 🌱🍯⛰
I took a break from social media/ blogging.... needed a few months to focus on life: work, 🐶, bachelorette planning for my sister!! -
But I started to miss Instagram/blogging... so I’m back 😊 -
I’m planning a trip to Big Bend, any suggestions on things to do/see? I’ve done some planning and the Air BnBs in Marfa TX are amazing. Definitely want to stay there 🌵 🗺🏜 -
Hiking Big Bend NP, where United States meets Mexico, a magical and poetic place where North and South blend with their beautiful mountains, flowers, rivers, birds, winds, people #bigbend#santaelenacanyon#riogrande
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We’ve refurbished the original 1940’s spring-fed swimming pool for our guests to enjoy the refreshing water. #ChandlerRanch 📷@rejoycetx
Moving from behind the darkness,
she took our breath away.
Playing across the night sky,
like a lone dancer in the dark.
Sitting in long silence we watched the show -
Too scared to make the sound,
that would frighten this creature away.
I had never seen a full moon rise in the backcountry before. It was truly remarkable.
Can’t get enough of this place, (or their guacamole)🥑
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Last month, to celebrate my 30th birthday, @roslynharold and I travelled out West to Big Bend National Park. Many adventures were had. Many.
One of which was hopping on a prop plane piloted by a retired ranger named Marcos. He flew us over the highest peaks, the remnants of the Rockies, the Rio Grande river, shared stories of his 20 years of service to the park, and schooled us on the geographic history of the terrain.
Humbled to experience this view.
Grateful to @trevorpaulhus for the recommendation.