Cedar Rail RV Park & Campground
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Great views and cool to stay on top of the pass.
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- Ms. Ossola is going to take us around town for some cool site seeing!
- Ate homemade Indian tacos and toured at the Bloom Mansion.
- Visited the Santa Fe Trail museum and across the street, the Baca House Museum.
- Also visited a former mining camp from 1907-1956 Morley ...
We got to celebrate the kids first halloween in this beautiful town. We spent the day just walking around the town and it was like something out of the gilmore girls. The fall season made all the trees different shades of yellow and orange which worked well with the halloween decorations that lined the streets. From 2:30 -5:30 the main streets where shut down and all the waited out the front of their stores waiting for the ...
... to colorado, I dont know but I have always been drawn to the state, now I can understand why and we are only one town into the state. Although I was a bit weary when the caution deer running sign turned into a caution bear sign! We are getting ready for halloween tomorrow and have asked around for the best places to go so we will get the best and most lollies, not that we need it at ...
... access to the nation's scenic highlights. There are trails for hiking, riding bicycles, and riding horses. An outdoor theatre is also among the facilities. The canyon itself is 120 miles long and as much as 20 miles wide and has a maximum depth of 800 feet.
This morning we left Amarillo and headed for Raton, crossing the New Mexico state line on the way. Approaching Raton we saw a volcano - it was formed 10,000 ...
... the canyon. After reaching Antonito I headed back to Tres Piedras.
In Tres Piedras I headed east on Highway 64. I stopped at the rest stop where the highway crosses the Rio Grande. At that point the canyon is roughly 600 feet deep.
Next I headed north to the town of Questa, NM. A bit north of town is the 13-mile Wild Rivers Backcountry Byway. I took it and stopped at the overlooks. ...