Join Date: Dec 2015
Location: Texas Panhandle
You can get on the internet and find what documents you need and you can down load the paper work needed. From what I have been told that in the past you did not have to have all the information that I had to give. This was prior to 9/11 2001. My brother is one of the organizers of the word champion chili cookoff and has been from it's beginning. He still goes in to Boquillas, but will not go across at Presidio anymore due to the Cartel. He said many of the chili cooks do, but he would not advise it. Boquillas is a poor isolated village with no electricity the last time I was there, I don't know about now. About four years ago I went to that side of the park and from a high point I could see the village. It looked different, in the past it was drab brown small adobe houses and now they have brightly colorfully painted houses. They had a café, a liquor store, a bar and a very ran down Catholic church. It was like walking into a Client Eastwood movie. So in October I'll see if the village has progressed. I'm sure the town has been hurt economically since 9/11 in 2001. It was several years before they put in the automated crossing and you could cross legally with a pass port. Once you cross and get into the village you will have a bunch of young children running up to you selling trinkets for a dollar. The bar was shabby and again looked like something out of a old western movie.
Riding: 2011 XC
Sold: 2003 Vegas
Totaled: 2003 TC, But it's still on the road.
Sold: 2004 TC
This is Just the list of Victory's. I have also rode and owned Honda's, Kawasaki's, Suzuki's, Harley's. Some old European bike. Can't remember the name. It was a 3 speed and I started riding on a 50cc bike that Sears sold. Some time around 1967. I have had my motorcycle license since 1969.
Last edited by NAB; 07-10-2019 at 11:39 AM.