Sunday, November 25, 2007

Thanksgiving in Terlingua

My mom and sister graced the area this Thanksgiving weekend. We rented a strawbale house in the Terlingua Ghost Town, went on a river canyon trip in Big Bend, hiked in Mexico, looked at "art" in Marfa, beat the heat and weathered a snow storm...all in the same weekend. We all agreed that it was the best Thanksgiving ever. My mom and sister arrived by Amtrak. It was a 16 hour train ride from Houston, TX. It is an overnight train ride. The comfy seats lend themselves to a good night's sleep and that helps to pass most of the time. The train costs about $74 each way. Driving from Houston would take about ten hours. Here is a link to a photo slideshow of our weekend.

3 comments:

Dee Dee said...

whaaaaaaaaaaaat? steel blocks scattered around a giant warehouse isn't art?

trevor.reichman said...

I thought the giant warehouse was great ! Actually, I really liked the steel blocks. They spoke to me. Well, some of them did. Some of the stuff I wouldn't have know was art if there wasn't a sign pointing to it saying "art". There were some really groundbreaking installations though.

Anonymous said...

mmmm not sure about the main photo but the rest are excellent Trev - good job!! Your mom