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Travel Blogs from Dolores
... were very lucky to find such positive and welcoming people to spend time with in a little piece of Dolores river paradise and loved being happy campers for the month.
While you check out some of our pics I want to leave you with a story which inspired the title of this recent entry.... We are in Walmart on a Friday afternoon, getting supplies for the campground. waiting at the till. It's busy but I am happy to ...
... pots were well thought out by the bride and groom. It was a wedding that clearly resembled their personalities and passions.
The real magic came on September 8th, 2013 when the honorary couple were wed in a traditional Native American ceremony officiated by a celebrant of Hopi and Navaho descent.
During the peaceful and powerful procession heartfelt vows were read ...
... in mind this facility has never been decontaminated! It remains as it was when the doors closed in 1991. At first I thought the the tour guide was just a little "special" because she lives and works at 11,000 feet which is enough to make anyone loopy, but it turns out that it was simply a case of toxic lead and mercury posing that she was suffering from. Good career choice lady!! Duh.
Durango was also a great jumping off point ...
... the Utes in Southern Colorado. She made a point that as she and Chief Ouray "walked in moccasins in Washington, DC they didn't make any noise there" and so they were not heard.
As we rolled along through the beautiful countryside toward Silverton, we came to a stop to take on more coal and added water. The train's fireman must shovel 4 1/2 tons of coal to make the trip! We huffed and puffed our way up the mountain...such fun it was!
It was as cold as they promised us last night, but I wrapped up warm enough to survive the night :) and avoided being abducted by aliens! We drove from New Mexico to mountainous Colorado were we visited the Mesa verde national park. The little van took us up a windey road that climbed high enough to give us a stunning view of the surrounding flat plain and the snow capped mountains in the distance (not sure which ones but they reminded ...
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