JoMommas RV Park lies within walking distance of the Terlingua ghost town in western Texas, about halfway between the Big Bend National Park and Big Bend Ranch State Park. The park offers dry-docking with electric hookups for recreational vehicles and campers, along with dry, primitive-style camping. The site enjoys a desert climate, with temperatures moderated by the 3,300-feet (1,000-meter) elevation, and its remote location makes it one of the few remaining places in Texas to still enjoy a class 1 rating in the Bortle Dark-Sky scale. The person who recommended this site to EarthSky states that JoMommas RV Park complies with light pollution regulations, which makes it an ideal location for stargazing.
Armando is well known as an astronomy educator, after 30+ years leading extensive initiatives of public outreach and 9 years teaching in colleges. As one of only a handful of Puerto Rican science communicators during Comet Halley's last visit, he assumed a pioneering role starting in 1985 when science was just beginning to enter the local mindset; over time his work brought meaningful change to the culture, inspiring people to pursue interests in science and technology. His affiliations include Ana G. Méndez University–Cupey, where in 2014 he spearheaded an 8-course extension program focusing on observational astronomy, the first ever in the island.