Tarabino Inn

310 East Second Street, Trinidad, Colorado, 81082, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 310 East Second Street, Trinidad, is near A. R. Mitchell Memorial Museum of Western Art, Blanchisseuse Beach, Trinidad Brewing Company, and Uncompahgre Peak.
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    A great place to spend Labor Day weekend

    A travel blog entry by irv2 on Aug 30, 2014

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    Stopped along the way to see Capulin Volcano, one of the few that you can walk down into the interior cone. We walked about a third of the way around the rim, which was about a mile. We didn't take the walk into the interior, but looking into the area, we saw mule deer grazing on the slope. It's hard to see the depth of the interior in the pictures. It was about 1,000 feet across the rim and 350 feet deep from where we stood.


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    Sugarite Canyon State Park

    A travel blog entry by judyweemes on Aug 16, 2014

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    ... signs indicated we I were heading in the right direction SUGARITE STATE PARK. We stopped at the information center then proceeded on down a pave two lane road , houses on the left, Lake Alice on the right. We rounded a curve and saw a large brown bear in the road. Of course, I couldn't get camera fast enough for picture, but it was nice to see him. The campground is on the left, with a very small sign, so of course we blew past before ...

    Lions and tigers and bears

    A travel blog entry by bluemarlin on Jul 06, 2014

    3 photos

    ... getting a little concerned with the water we were carrying, this was the first time we had any extensive "wildernesses" trails. We covered about 40 miles of tricky terrain and then then it opened out onto a lovely plane. Loads of goffers, prairie dogs, deer, chipmunks all over the place. And of course eagles looking to eat everything. A couple of dividing gates later and we entered a field with ...

    Happy Birthday Bill

    A travel blog entry by davidpower on Jun 26, 2013

    9 comments, 20 photos

    ... out. You could build your dream house on the ranch to have a tornado tear it apart. You could earn a good living from the gas and oil extraction only for the oil companies to move on. World crop prices can ruin a farm in months.

    We see this in the small towns, how they were built very quickly on a short term prosperity and now they simply provide bed and food for people passing through. Those travellers bring no income, wealth or permanence ...

    Fires and Mts...we reached Colorado

    A travel blog entry by nayandjay2 on Jun 11, 2013

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    We made it to Colorado. 106 degrees through the rest of Kansas. Saw the birthplace of Carrie Nation, smack dab next to a stockade. Passed over 300 bicyclers on their trip xcross Kansas, 8 days from Colorado to Missouri. Spoke with a gatekeeper of a major oil refinery in Kansas, learned that the refinery processed crude from Saudi Arabia, not the crude we saw being drilled in every other Kansas wheat field. Kansas crude is processed in Oklahoma. Go figure.
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