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- 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
... had enough to bring me and the camper to her cabins in Trinidad.</li><li>There I worked for 4 days for $150 a day.</li><li>I rested one day.</li><li>The last day we went to go see historical cites. </li><li>She gave me ice when I left and i got to refill my gallon water bottles in the ...
... and lava flowed not from the top but through the side walls. It is now a state park, and there are hiking trails there, too.
During our drive this afternoon we caught a glimpse of snow covered mountain peaks, and tomorrow we head for Colorado Springs and Pike's Peak to get a better look.
We almost forgot to give the answer to the mystery of who is the third president that we spoke of in the last blog. See the photo!
... point I'm told the canyon is around 800 feet deep. It's not the Grand Canyon but it's still impressive.
After I got back to Questa I headed for Raton, NM and found a hotel. I'll stay here a few nights while I visit Fort Union National Monument and Capulin Volcano National Monument. Unfortunately, the weather forecast for the next couple days is for a significant change of more ...
... apparently offended Bent with their lowball offer, and he ran it for a few more years until Cholera broke out in the area and killed many hundreds of the Indians. The fort very shortly thereafter blew up, and there is still much speculation as to what happened. Favorite story from guide is that Bent lit some barrels of tar on fire as a means of ridding the place of the Cholera germ, but that the fire was too close to the magazine and ...