Cedar Rail RV Park & Campground
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Great views and cool to stay on top of the pass.
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... fabulously dressed children that decended on them trick or treating excitedly. For 2 hours I did not wipe the smile off my face between the hapiness of my children and the happiness of everybody around. My kids bags ended up over full so im pretty sure all of that candy will last us the rest of the trip. I know I say this alot but I could totally live here. The people ars lovely and there is something to be said about small towns ...
- Today I'm really happy because I'm headed to Texas!
- I got gas this morning after stopping for coffee and filled up my tank
- The bathrooms were actually pretty clean
- Now I have my road trip CD playing and I'm pumped to go to one of my favorite states
<ul><li> I had breakfast at the hotel but when I was trying to leave the engine popped and a huge cloud of smoke came out. I called AAA but I had no more miles of road side assistance and if I were just to straight pay them to come get me it would be very expensive. So instead i called Ms. Ossala and she was kind enough to let me use her miles ...
... 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. ...