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... must cross a mud field, which is probably a shallow river during other months of the year, to reach the dune where you can play in the soft sand or climb it…a very tall climb through beach-soft sand. And there were people all the way up on top. And some of them had brought boards that were used to reward their hard trek with a slide down the side to the bottom. Others brought pails of toys for just playing in the sand and I presume ...
... addition to the mountains. We decided to go off the highway to the Cordova Pass, about 11, 200 feet up, stopping a couple of times for short hikes. Our only "wildlife" sightings were a few cows who were grazing along the road but the flowers were beautiful. The temperature was almost thirty degrees hotter when we returned to ...
... out. Yep - all over town. And it was raining too. We went for a walk over to the shopping centre next door - and they were all closed! What wimps. We bought a pizza that was in the oven when the power went off, and went back to the motel....... the power is obviously now back on.
So - we started in Texas, then into New Mexico again, a quick side trip to Oklahoma, back into New Mexico, and then north into Colorado. What will tomorrow bring?
... places. They want gas, food and bed.
It is no ones fault, it is the harsh reality of life out here for many many people.
It is why the houses are not built to last 100-200 years. They provide shelter for one generation at the most.
It is why we see the ugliness because when the house become unserviceable or the work dries up, people simply walk away. If someone new moves on to the land, they build a new house.
It is ...
Around 2003 Natalie and her daughter Linda White took a trip back to Colorado. They flew into Denver and rented a car and drove out to the ...