Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Trinidad
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to be afraid of people. Jonathan and I went for a walk along the cliff above the lake - it disappeared at times and was very steep - a bit dangerous really we thought. We took our time and were careful - the view was nice and then we came to the end and saw the "Trail Closed" sign. That would explain a lot! Also saw an archeological site that has old stone rings that they think marked the Santa Fe Trail way back before it even existed as travelers camped ...
... as we got closer to the mountains.
Trinidad is a terrific little city. The hotel is right off the highway but there is a lawn in back and a sweeping view of the mountains. The desk clerk warned us about a bear who is frequently on the grounds and since our room is on the corner near the dumpster, I'm hoping for a sighting. We took a drive looking for a picnic site ...
... in. We enticed and hem over and had a cuddle. Onwarss into trinidad, marknleading and along the way he spottd what looks d like a dog, maybe german shepherd, but bigger and loads of hair. Dog stood up as we approached and we both then realisd it was a bear. Loads of panic set in as we tried to stop and get gopro's working. Yhe huge beast scampered yhrouhh a fence and wayIinto the trees. ...
... connection - he meets me out back to check it out. He decides the best thing for me to do is to turn around, and connect up to the site next to us. He even says there is cable - well he right - there is a cable coming out of the ground with the wrong connections - but I bought a connector to make it work. But, out of the 20 stations we can pickup they are all full of fuzz...go figure.
Hello my name is Nelda White and I would like to introduce my mother-in-law Natalie H. (Salazar) White. Natalie is shown here with her husband Gerald White and her son Patrick F. White. I will be telling Natalie's life story here in these blogs.
She was born in Delagua, Colorado where her father worked as a coal miner. The abandoned mining town is no longer on the ...