Holiday Inn Express Suites Alamosa
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that we should stay off in a thunderstorm. Instead, we went up to the end of the paved road (there is a four-wheel-drive-only road that goes some miles further, but our rental car cannot oblige) and took a hike up the Overlook Trail. This trail is a mile each way, but took us the better part of three hours to complete. For one thing, we got off on a side trail for awhile and had to retrace our steps, but for another, it's uphill all the ...
... us, along with other snacks. We stopped at a beautiful site along a river (one of headwaters to Elena’s water sources down in the valley) with a view of red hills above us. We pulled out graham crackers to dip into our fresh goat’s milk. Yum!!
Upon return home we made dinner, again, from all farm products. Elena used wheat she grew to grind into flour and make tortillas. She cooked farm beans, tomatoes, lettuce, and cheese to make burritos! Wow!!
... felt welcomed by the whole family including Cleave's wife Cathy, son Jared, sister Natalie, nephew Kyle, dogs; Bondi and Bandimere, father Papa, father-in-law Dick, mother-in-law Katie, other sister Cheri and the list goes on... This was the exact replica of Rach’s family in Toowoomba. Everyone lives within a minute’s drive of each other.
... saw a lot of sphinx moths on the rabbit brush by our porch. Some people call them hummingbird moths because they hover like a hummer and are just slightly smaller. As the sun went down it gave lots of color to the sky. We stayed out until it was very dark. There are no city lights here but we can see the lights of cars miles away moving down the roads. I wrote the blog and Larry studied the maps for our adventures tomorrow.
... had the replacement- which they didn't- so our van was stuck in durango. We had to rent 2 cars to accommodate all 7 of us on our trip back to Mesa verde. The next day we took a train ride from durango to silverton. It was a neat experience to ride in a coal run train. However, the engine broke down, delaying our departure so that when we got to silverton, we didn't have time to explore. We had to catch our ...