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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 ...
... This wasn't quite like that, but it was interesting how the infrastructure was utilized. Periodically throughout the evening, the wait staff take turns singing solos - real live singing waiters (and waitresses). Good food, good entertainment.
Part of our second evening there was doing laundry at the campground. Not exciting, but a necessity. Then we prepared ourselves mentally for the long drive into the Texas heat of ...
... in Pagosa Springs we found somewhere cheap to stay and decided it was time for lunch and a drink. After lunch we went to the Hot Springs in the first snow of the season. We had an enjoyable afternoon. Found a brewery for dinner and then headed to a pub called the Bear Creek, making friends with the bartender the drinks were flowing, a pretty wild night ending at 6.30am. We had some good sleep and then headed on our way back to Raton.
Finally reaching Raton we ...
... doing it's best to keep the spray paint from reaching its intended destination. Even with the can only an inch a way, it's hard to lay down a coat. After a few attempts at VideoRay and some personal messages, we decide we've had all the excitement we can handle and depart. On the way out, we look over our shoulder to make sure no one is painting over our masterpieces (obviously way more important than anyone else's). I ...