Rio Cucharas Inn
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... offered a few days of service to the centre directors and enjoyed their company for dinner both days and helped to clear the lower branches from trees to help with fire prevention in the dry climate. There is shortgrass prairie here and fires move quickly along the ground and can jump up into the trees and move along the treetops. I of course enjoyed exploring the diversity of new plants and birds. Also offering my advise on restoring an area of erosion.
... very minimum 500,000 less bugs in Western Kansas. He knows because Mufasa hit them head on as we traveled today.
As we crossed the state line into Colorado at 10:50 MT (all times that I report from now on until we change time zones again will be MT) we suddenly saw fields full of prairie dog burrows! Wow. I can't imagine how the cattle around there keep from breaking legs frequently! The Colorado roads were not up to the level we have ...
Arrived today in Walsenbeg CO, just south of Pueblo. After 1400 miles we have exited the Rocky Mountains. It was an area of Colorado new to me and fun to see. Along with high mountain ranges, aspen groves and green meadows, other notables include: a high preponderance of Texas license plates, an inordinate amount of ...
... looked forward to listening to the old time radio programs with her family. The most common that she noted were Jack Benny, Fibber Magee and Molly, The Shadow, Burns and Allen, Buck Rodgers and Dick Tracy. She really enjoyed the scary shows.
... El Río de las Ánimas Perdidas en Purgatorio, which
means "River of the Lost Souls in Purgatory."
The county's population was 15,507 at the 2010 census,
an increase from 15,207 in 2000.
The county seat is Trinidad.