Tag: Davis Mountains State Park

Davis Mountains State Park Recap

Davis Mountains State Park Recap

Here is a summary of what we did on our latest summer vacation: Day 1: Sunday Drove from San Antonio to Davis Mountains State Park and setup camp on arrival (Dust Devil Day). Day 2: Monday Finished setting up the campsite (Adjusting to Altitude and Making Plans). Day 3: Tuesday Adjusted to the altitude and … Continue reading Davis Mountains State Park Recap

Fort Davis National Historic Site

Fort Davis National Historic Site

Fort Davis was established before the Civil War to protect settlers, stage coach routes and trains from (primarily Apache) Indian raiders.  The fort was closed before the beginning of the twentieth century.  We originally planned to visit the fort on Thursday (Adjusting to Altitude and Making Plans) but we went to the Chihuahuan Desert Research Institute … Continue reading Fort Davis National Historic Site

Dutch Oven Demonstration

Dutch Oven Demonstration

Wednesday morning at Davis Mountains State Park (DMSP) was clear and bright. For the first time ever, I adjusted downward my water pressure regulator from 60 PSI down below 40 PSI. This park is known for high water pressure and I felt like 60 PSI put the plumbing more at risk than necessary. One of … Continue reading Dutch Oven Demonstration