Blue Spruce Rv Park & Cabins
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... I heard as we were checking in that if you want to fish you need both a Colorado and a New Mexico fishing license. They get you on that one, don’t they. Also in Colorado State Parks you have to pay for a separate park pass. We took the annual one for $70.00 since we are going to be in Colorado for a month. This is above and beyond the camping fees.
We set up and make the coffee. We take a walk around and check out the bathrooms and ...
... around the outskirts of Kansas City, Kansas and on to Leavenworth by mid afternoon on Sunday.
We had met Russ and Sue and their two daughters Melissa and Amanda more than 20 years ago when Russ and I worked for the United Nations and were both serving in the Syrian capital Damascus. Damascus claims to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world (a claim disputed by the city of Aleppo to be fair) and was then a wonderful place to live and work. The fact ...
... up and heading to Durango, Colorado. Durango was an absolute beautiful little town, full of culture and seeped in history and a Western feel to it. Me, Betina and Sofia went for a quick coffee then we had a look round the shops and the train station. We only had an hour so it was a quick visit but fun all the same. The drive to the campsite was brilliant the scenic views ...
... San Juan Mountains of Colorado. It is the route through which U.S. Highway 160 passes from the San Luis Valley into southwest Colorado on its way to New Mexico and Arizona.
O/N in Durango - mostly known for ...
... but they wouldn't talk to him, so he rang me. Throwing some clothes on, I went up to their room where I had a happy hour lounging about on their bed while he argued with various Dollar operatives and I drank some great coffee made by Geraldine.
Ross from Dollar last night had been working on Oklahoma time, not Colorado time, so no car.
Eventually Richard managed to sound fierce enough to get some action, and a while later a car arrived on the back of a tow truck and the ...