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Travel Blogs from Alamosa

From Desert to Farmland

A travel blog entry by alizaf on Aug 07, 2014

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... to drink later that evening. Next, Elena showed us her pigs on the way to driving up to some ancient Indian ruins to search for arrowheads. There was an old lookout post, where presumably the natives could oversee the valley and guard against any enemies. Elena pointed out opal and other stones scattered along the flat mountaintop. All of these stones, she explained, were not native to this area. The prize would be small shards of shiny gray or white obsidian. We ...

Day 9 - Alamosa - Colorado Springs

A travel blog entry by siouxzq on Aug 02, 2014

5 comments, 1 photo

We've left Alamosa and heading towards Colorado Springs. Stopped off at a little town called Walsenburg to have a look at a flea market. Nothing special there. Carried on and had lunch at Obies Fillin Station, a pretty cool little pub/diner along the main highway. Arrived in Colorado Springs at 2:30pm. I looked up some places of interest and found the ...

USA Part 3 - The Adventures of Bruce Begin

A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Jun 09, 2014

1 comment, 62 photos

... old hunting ground up in the Mountains. The dogs got to come too and I’m not too sure who was more excited; them or Rach.





















We hiked for a couple of hours through valleys and plains, across creeks and up into the Mountains themselves. Such a peaceful and beautiful spot. I still for the life of me couldn’t ...

Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railway

A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Sep 12, 2013

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... leaving Osier we passed a monument to President Garfield, then got our first glimpse of the Toltec Gorge, and immediately went through Rock Tunnel 360 ft. long. Then we did another horseshoe curve called Phantom Curve that gave us great views of Toltec Gorge. At the end of this curve we went through Mud Tunnel which unlike the rock tunnel, requires wooden supports over its 342 ft. length. We can still see the Rio de Los Pinos down in ...

Down the Colorado - 1st full day in Moab

A travel blog entry by hylandholland on Jun 22, 2013

After waking up at around 9 and having a breakfast of pancakes we hung around the camp site and set up in a new area for when we came back from rafting down the Colorado River. At 11:30 we met our bus driver, Richard, and our guild, Erik. We drove for about 45 minutes up the gorgeous canyon. Our driver told us about the history of the Moab area while Erik put on his pink sun screen from Aussie Land. As Richard pointed out things in the rock ...

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