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A concoction favored by the owner, a 50-year-old former engineer named Glenn Felts, the Eraser consisted of “hefty portions of vodka and Kahlua topped with club soda,” according to La Kiva’s website.
It was to be “inhaled through a straw from the bottom up as fast as possible.” It was a fitting cocktail for Terlingua, a former ghost town turned ramshackle tourist paradise.
Felts’s girlfriend, Rachel Manera, an artist living in the nearby town of Alpine, had just agreed to move in to his apartment behind the bar, and he was planning on gathering up her stuff in his pickup truck the next morning.
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If you're like most Americans right now, you could probably use a little quiet time. (No, really, it's all for the best.) An easy and relatively affordable solution: Lose yourself in your nearest national park.
Here are just a few that are typically nice and mellow year-round, alongside others that remain vastly under-appreciated during the winter months.
(Tip: Do it anyway.) There's never a bad time to visit, but winter is when things get truly crazy – parts of the park claim some of the higher annual rainfall totals on the North American mainland, turning thick forests, crowned by giant redwoods, into a must-be-seen-to-be-believed, temperate jungle. Hot and humid and crawling with all sorts of less than cuddly fauna, this less-celebrated park between Charleston and Columbia doesn't get a great deal of action for much of the year.
Free site with electric and water in exchange for 20 hrs. We are looking for volunteers to assist park staff by keeping park restroom facilities and cabins clean and well maintained in exchange for a campsite. We are eight miles from Misquamicut beach and multiple other places of interest with casinos close by.
- Position is 20 hours/week - 1 Site has water, 50-amp electric, & sewage hook up and the other site has water & electric only - Sites will accommodate up to 45ft RV - Laundry and shower facilities are available at the park - Schedule is Friday - Monday - 2 Positions are available for August and September 2017 *Please use contact to check for availability. We need one person for security and one for office and gate house work. For 20 hours each a week you will receive a full hook-up site with 50/30 amp including wifi and cable and use of all amenities. Please send a picture of yourselves, pets and RV with your resume to attention DONNA at [email protected] are seeking friendly, professional workampers for outside maintenance and lawn care duties.
The town, which sits at the southernmost tip of one of Texas’s largest and least populated counties, 12 miles from the Rio Grande and the Mexican border, flourishes during the high season from November to March, when most of the park’s 340,000 annual visitors pass through.
But Terlingua’s year-round population is well under a thousand—the 2010 Census put it at just 58—a small clutch of raft guides, seekers, and lost souls looking for a new start. Most people don’t ever get to see the Milky Way smeared across the sky; in Terlingua, it greets you almost every night.