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- Friday, December 26, 2008 - Marathon Motel & RV Park, Marathon TX
- Ah - I'm out of the trees and into western sunset country at last! I arrive just in time to grab a quick picture of the sunset before it faded into the... er sunset? Marathon is the gateway to Big Bend National Park. I'll probably hang out here a few days to let the holiday rush subside then go down to have a look around the park. Image: Sunset at the Marathon Motel Campground, Marathon TX, December 26, 2008.
- Saturday, December 27, 2008 - Marathon Motel & RV Park, Marathon TX
- I've been on the road too many days. It's time to kick back, have a quiet day at home, and maybe catch up on domestic chores. Image: Roadside Rest, US 90 east of Langtry TX, December 26, 2008.
- Sunday, December 28, 2008 - Marathon Motel & RV Park, Marathon TX
- Today promises to be another quiet day at the Park. Image: Railroad trestle over the Pecos River gorge, east of Langtry TX, December 26, 2008.
- Monday, December 29, 2008 - Marathon Motel & RV Park, Marathon TX
- Today was a wonderfully sunny and quiet day at the RV Park which I spent in part resealing the roof air conditioner to the roof. Image: A walk in the park, Marathon Motel & RV Park, Marathon TX, December 29, 2008.
- Marathon Motel & RV Park, Marathon TX
- The Marathon Motel & RV Park is a nice Mom & Pop operation with newly renovated rooms, cabins, a Cafe and an RV park on the north side of Highway 90 at the western edge of Marathon, Texas
- Night Camps
- Traveling and living full time in my Lazy Daze RV for a couple of years, here's where I've made my night camps.
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During the Second World War, Deming was again the designated location for a training base. This time, the Deming Army Air Base was established east of town to train young airmen in the use of the secret Norden bombsight. The trainees were processed in groups of 500 every 6 weeks, and they flew their missions in the 150 AT-11 Beechcraft trainers, designated the Kansan, each armed with up to 10 practice bombs.