This 1970s home moviecaptures a trip by train through Mexico, with stops at Chihuahua City, Copper Canyon, and the Pacific resort town Mazatlán. While in Mazatlán, the family takes a motorboat onto the ocean to fish for marlins, bringing back a sizable haul. After crossing the border back into Texas, they make stop at Alamo Village, a movie set on the ranch of James T. "Happy" Shahan, in Brackettville. Featuring a three-quarter-scale replica of the Alamo compound, Alamo Village was built for John Wayne's The Alamo (1960). Turned into a tourist attraction after production wrapped, the site was subsequently used in over 100 other westerns.