Aspire To Inspire

Archived: June 2013

  1. SOUTHWEST PILGRIMAGE: BOQUILLAS, MEXICO

    SOUTHWEST PILGRIMAGE: BOQUILLAS, MEXICO

    While visiting Big Bend, we were told about the newly re-opened Mexican border crossing into Boquillas del Carmen. This tiny Mexican village on the edge of the Rio Grande had been shut off from border crossing over the past several years since 911. With the US tourism no longer feeding their economy, the town was […]

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  2. TERLINGUA’S FRONTIER ARTISAN: PAUL WIGGINS, SILVERSMITH

    TERLINGUA’S FRONTIER ARTISAN: PAUL WIGGINS, SILVERSMITH

    As I mentioned in last week’s post, Terlingua Ghost town was one of my favorite stops on my Southwest Pilgrimage. There are so many things that make this place special, and the people who live there on the fringe are a big part of the mystery of the town. Big Bend is a place where […]

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  3. SOUTHWEST PILGRIMAGE: RIVER ROAD TO BIG BEND

    SOUTHWEST PILGRIMAGE: RIVER ROAD TO BIG BEND

    After the inspiring trip to Marfa, the next part of our journey was by far the most epic part of the whole trip.  I had heard about Big Bend National Park and the area surrounding it and was told that we had to take the River Road down alongside the border and experience the magic […]

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  4. SOUTHWEST PILGRIMAGE: MARFA,TEXAS

    SOUTHWEST PILGRIMAGE: MARFA,TEXAS

    After making our way through New Mexico into Texas we cut down from El Paso and headed to Marfa, TX to discover what everybody has been talking about in regard to this small little West Texas town of fewer than 2,000 residents.  A few weeks before we arrived, 60 minutes did a short story on […]

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