Saturday, December 29, 2012

Javelina's at Big Bend National Park

As I rolled into the Cottonwood Campground at Big Bend National Park, I noticed it only had a few campers and they were all huddled in one spot. It didn't take long to learn what caused the gathering. They were watching the Javelina's. I slid into an empty spot, grabbed my camera and took off. The others had got all the pictures they wanted and were now interested in a bird in a tree. I had the Javelina's all to myself. I hadn't even bothered to register or pay, this was my first spotting of Javelina's and I didn't want to miss out.
As I came into the park, I also spotted a familiar truck camper. We had been running into each other on the trails. After I got all the pictures I wanted, then I went back and found a good spot for the night.

The Javelina's payed no attention at all to me. They cooperated fully with the photo session.

and now it's time to leave

and it's also time for me to find a good spot, get parked, register, and pay

that's me way down there


  1. Hi,

    Just found your blog and look forward to reading about your travels. Your pictures are amazing and love hearing about the places you have visited.


  2. Thanks for the compliments and for joining. Since I won't take the time to keep a written journal when I travel, I do a picture journal. Recently I thought I should share them. Lots more to come, stay tuned.