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Today we slept in...needed the rest after several long travel days (I know, Betty C--you all would think we are wimps!!). We chose to have a "big" (for us) breakfast this morning which also slowed us down somewhat and we didn't pull out of camp until 9:45. The temperature was already 71 so we knew we had likely left the "polar vortex" behind us! …
Arrived today in Walsenbeg CO, just south of Pueblo. After 1400 miles we have exited the Rocky Mountains. It was an area of Colorado new to me and fun to see. Along with high mountain ranges, aspen groves and green meadows, other notables include: a high preponderance of Texas license plates, an inordinate amount of ...
... thrilled to have found this historic photo on the WWW.
The actual mine was situated out of view in this photo. The mine was further left and up the canyon.
Natalie has very fond memories of growing up in the small neighborhood town of Delagua. She was born in this mining town and lived there through her 8th grade graduation. This is where her two younger siblings Frank Jr. and Loretta ...
... El Río de las Ánimas Perdidas en Purgatorio, which
means "River of the Lost Souls in Purgatory."
The county's population was 15,507 at the 2010 census,
an increase from 15,207 in 2000.
The county seat is Trinidad.
... with some of the details of her early years in Delagua.
_______________________________________ ______________________________________< br> 1927
"Tally - A Coal Miner's Daughter"
Delagua The Early Years
Natalie Henrietta Salazar was born on March 6th, 1927 to her mother Laura (Martinez) Salazar
and her ...