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... on the brake system. Love that RAM!!!
Our streak continues, going through the mountains we didn't see any wildlife. Talked to a fellow RVer and he mentioned that he and his wife seen lots of elk and deer when they were traveling at dusk. We might take a run at dusk while in South Fork.
Tomorrow we head to Great Sand Dune National Park.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... blogs but I am running out of superlatives). However, while God may have produced one of his masterpieces when He made this place – we must share some disappointment over the man made additions. In Austria or Switzerland we would perhaps have expected quaint little Alpine villages with wooden chalet style architecture blending tastefully into the environment. Here we have beautiful pan-flat valleys with 14000 foot peaks forming incredible walls on either ...
... had a crazy dream but there was a different presence that I felt within me. Perhaps it was mom?
Leaving Pagosa Springs felt like I was leaving a new found friend behind but I was content with what was accomplished in this special town. I was off for more adventures…and to discover a few spots where mom had traveled as a free spirited hippie. My dad actually recalled the special connection that mom had with southern Colorado when they drove through it in the ...
The border security let us through but it was apparent we wouldn’t be getting any extensions. So we found ourselves back in Mexico with a GPS that shat itself (didn’t want to learn Spanish) and nowhere to go. Bruce was thirsty so we found a petrol station to fill him up.
... down the window I heard a band roundly playing the Mexican Hat Dance. Luckily there was a long stop light so I could enjoy the music. From here we crossed the Los Alamos Highway and found the winding road known as the "High Road." This famous road connects Taos with Santa Fe. It travels through country at about 6500-8000 feet above sea level. The road passes desert towns with strong Catholic and Mexican roots. It also passes hugh cold deserts. The first stop ...