Days Inn Las Vegas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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A family procession left Camp Eagle the morning after the wedding, each vehicle loaded with wedding gifts, table decorations and flowers. We spent two days in San Antonio with my brother, John, and his wife, Mary. A poignant footnote to the wedding festivities was sharing another family event when we placed my mother's ashes in their final resting place in the church she had attended and served for many years.
From San Antonio, we ...
... smelled like asparagus later when she squatted to pee. When Gilbert the camp host came over the say hello, they began to discuss the great tree. I had positioned the tent right I front of this great tree, so we could look up as we were laying in our sleeping bags and see its old knarley branches. Leela thought it was an Aspen but also thought it was too old and too big to be an aspen. Gilbert our New Mexico Indian camp host said the tree was a cottonwood. Makes me think of ...
... monument’ is underwhelming. You come upon it suddenly. There they are. Is that all there is?, you think. It must be the angle, you think. It’s unfavorable, you think. So you view the thing from every possible angle, but the ‘monument’ looks like a replica of itself, as sold in the gift shop. It’s tacky souvenirshopism taken to its perverse extreme. The Mount Rushmore ‘monument’ was, in fact, created expressly as a ...
... that backs up to the Pecos river. Upper campground is less congested. - Two well maintained hiking trails with a slight elevation gain (344 ft) are found on both sides of the river. Both trails offer excellent views of the park and surround area. - Clean ...
... was still owned by the boy scouts. Along the way is the Kit Carson Museum at Rayado – a ranch that Kit Carson owned and lived on to be near his best friend. This ranch is on the Philmont property and the boy scouts provide the tours and help to preserve it.
Our last stop for the day was at Fort Union National Monument which was established in 1851 as the guardian of the Santa Fe Trail. During its forty year history, three ...