La Veta Inn
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... and she loved it.
Behind the school house and to the left were tennis courts. While she did not play tennis she would often use the solid surface to roller skate. They also had fun on the slide and teeter-totter near the school. At recess the girls would gather around the swings and slide and the boys would usually be off kicking or throwing a ball around when they were not teasing the girls.
... 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.
... trips to Hawaii and Mexico. She also visited South America, Alaska and Europe.
Pat and I have were married in 1984 and have raised 2 sons of our own.
We love our "Coal Miner's Daughter" and through these postings you will come to know and love her too. So let's ...
... much more interested in other bears right now ! They've lived around here twenty years and they they would be very shocked if i ever saw any. Got that Mom? Anyways, i woke up at 1am last night stuck my head out into the 41 degree thin mountian air and WHOA,..THE STARS MAN! I set up my tripod and camera and spend the next chilly 45min taking milky way pics....Holy **** , it worked. By far the hardest part is getting the ...
... with the cold front that passed yesterday we are expecting temperatures in the 30's during the night but warming to the 60's. We have about a four hour drive to Durango so we will probably do a little more exploring around here and then head west. Dinner and cocktails, courtesy of Nancy & Betsy, await.