La Veta Inn
Travel Blogs from La Veta
... road kill, a police captain and city clerk willing to go out of their way to help us find a camping spot, and the continued delight of a cold drink (especially chocolate milk) at the end of the day. Tomorrow it is off on our last long waterless segment (63 miles) but we have done longer and tailwinds are ...
... it was very wide, and with no stones to step over we were
forced to remove our shoes and wade through the freezing water, it was coming
from snow runoff. Reaching the other side we then had to traverse about 200 yards of gravel, on a slight uphill grade. That is when the actual sand dunes started; we were looking at mountains of sand. Walking up the dunes was extremely difficult as for every step you took your foot slipped back down at least half ...
... at a respectable speed. We stopped for the night in the town of “Blanca”
at the “Blanca R. V. Park”. It is a
small campground, with small gravel sites and no grass, but we do have full
hookups, WIFI but no TV will make due for 2 nights.
Natalie's Home Neighborhood
This is where it all began. This is an actual photograph of her neighborhood. Her home is the square dwelling on the near front right. Her Uncle Larry's home is to the immediate left. In the background you can see her school house. Two story with white pillars in the front.
Needless to say ...
So where is Delagua, Co? It is in the county of Las Animas near the larger town of Trinidad and smaller town of Aguilar.
The Colorado County Map shows Las Animas in the southeastern part of the state. Trinidad is shown a bit to the west.
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free parking