This is where the Team ended up after leaving Stillwell Campground in the middle of the morning. We drove clear through Bibe and out the west side for diesel. It was $4.299 a gallon and the stupid pump stopped at $75 so the tank was almost full instead of full. Good enough for now maybe. Then a stop at Cottonwood grocery in Study Butte provided a needed influx of groceries and an unneeded out flow of cash. The Team took the very scenic route down to Castolon, Texas. Cottonwood Campground is the National Park campground near Castolon. The campground is very minimal services at the sites. No electricity, water, sewer and a fairly flat packed dirt spot to park. There are pit toilets scattered among the thirty or so sites. Here is the Team in site 5. This is a shot of the crowded conditions of the campground. The park does supply recycle bins and regular bins for your garbage. Drinking water is available from a reverse osmosis system housed in this building. The water faucet is available for filling your bottles to carry back to your campsite. That is it for amenities except for the occasional wildlife critter meandering through the campground. But what was found is a trail near the entrance to the campground. Hmmmmm. So the Walking Team headed down the trail to explore. Well that did not take long. About fifty feet and there we were on the banks of the mighty Rio Grande River. Straight across from the Team is Mexico. This is a very pleasant place and shade is available from the trees for most of the camping spots. $14 a day for normal humans and $7 a day for old humans is the price tag. Of course it helps that it is at the end of a long road that staying in Study Butte would make a long daily drive to the area. But this Team is already working hard at trying to have tooooo much fun. TheOFM.