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... when the grasses were growing partly over
the trail and we were constantly worrying about snakes) and at the
end she earned a certificate, badge and patch. Great little souvenir
so she was happy.
After that we headed North West, up
into Colorado stopping at Walmart in Trinidad for the night. 4 Rvs
when we pulled in at teatime, about 20 by 9pm so we had plenty of
company for the night.
... in round huts possibly?!? We bought a tarpaulin to reinforce the tent. There was a little rain last night, but not enough to test our new system. Felt dizzy and light headed last night - wondering if it's the altitude? Need to look it up! We are heading to Durango, then Denver/Boulder though the Rocky Mountains via the scenic route, advice from Bess the lady from the hardware store from Clayton. We'll head north and find a camp site nearby - there are many on the ...
... question of separation of church and state. On that highlight, we headed west.
All along the way we were noticing enormously long trucks each hauling one giant propeller blade. We ffigured that they must be the propellers to wind machines, but were extremely puzzled as to where the poles and the central generators were. Late in the day we saw a different convoy with several large pieces of what might have been poles. Where were ...
Friday morning we went to Fort Sill, Oklahoma. The fort itself is still active, and we had to pass through security. We drove through the grounds looking for the historic areas and the museum, along the way we saw displays of guns, rockets and missiles. However, we arrived just as the museum was closing, so we decided to come back the next day. We proceeded to the campground that we had chosen, but 'Buffalo Bob' did not ...
I headed for the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument Visitor Center in Pilar, NM today. Rio Grande del Norte is one of the newest national monuments, having just been created in March 2013. Most national monuments are managed by the National Park Service but this is one of the 19 managed either entirely or partially by the Bureau of Land Management.
The Visitor ...