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... Volcano National Monument. You can drive up to the top and
see the crater but when we got there we found out the length of our
vehicle meant we could go but it would cost $18, shut the road down
and require an escort up the road and back down again. Now, I have
faith in Ben's driving but not roads themselves so we (I) decided not
to. Kaitlin became Jnr. Ranger though, filling in an activity book,
going on a hike (not ...
We are spending 3 days here, enjoying the hiking and relaxation as we adjust to higher altitudes, 7600-8300. Yesterday was the most strenuous as we hiked the rim and down into the extinct volcano. Yes, in one picture I am looking back down the trail. We hiked a elevation change of 500 feet. Today we took a beautiful 2 mile hike. Saw 19 deer! Happy Trails, ...
So after waking up early and walking to the station we got on the train. It was our longest train ride yet and with a time zone change as well. We arrived into Raton and forgot to look at how to get to our accommodation so we thought we would walk there...we found the post office Michelle needed a stamp and then some lovely people asked where we were heading. Then told us that was much too far to walk so they told us to jump in the back of their truck and drove us to the ...
Having left Colorado Springs after a very relaxing evening of experiencing the downtown sites, and enjoying what may be the best guacamole either of us had tasted at a Mexican restaurant, we saddled up with our eyes on Oklahoma.
Thanks to a great tip by Tim's cousin Tony, after driving down 25 south for awhile, we veered off onto an amazing Rt. 12 called "Highway of the Legends." This was most definitely worth the ride. Tall Evergreens abounded all around us, ...
... international boundary between the U.S. and Mexico. Kearney annexed "Mexico" in 1846 at the head of the Army of the West.
I would be remiss if I did not mention the fort animals: there were two horses in the paddocks, and there are, apparently, some oxen, though we did not see them. There are dozens of Barn Swallows making their homes all over the fort, including inside the rooms, and there are three peacocks, all named Chuck ...