Spruce Lodge

Address: 2643 S Highway 84-64 , Chama, New Mexico, 87520, United States | Lodge
 
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      Travel Blogs from Chama

      Family Time and Scenic Railway in Charming Chama

      A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Sep 23, 2014

      3 comments, 38 photos

      ... length of the journey where we took advantage of the scenery on both side and in all directions. The docent kept us informed of interesting sights and historic points. We passed over Hangman's Trestle where a bad guy was actually hanged during the height of the Wild West. We traveled through two tunnels including one that was bored through 360 feet of solid rock. We gazed over the Toltec Gorge, a narrow canyon cut by the Rio de Los Pinos. After lunch at Osier, ...

      Cowboys and Indians

      A travel blog entry by brisbird on May 31, 2014

      14 photos

      ... where where only the sign remains. We got to see these in slow motion as the traffic was moving soooo slow. We realised later on that the road had been closed off for the annual pride festival, and that as we were trying to come through they were clearing the barriers and cleaning up. We did have a destination in mind - a so called concrete cowboy. This was a large cowboy made of concrete from the waist up - just sitting in a parking lot. The Route ...

      Somtimes being in the box is good

      A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Oct 07, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      In ballooning, the box is a phenomenon when wind currents flow in different directions at different altitudes. Since balloon pilots have no steering they depend on the direction of the wind, If the wind blows the same direction at all altitudes, the balloon can only go one way. If the wind is blowing in different directions, the balloons can fly 'the box' by going to a different altitude to loop back to where they took off. It’s ...

      Why is it here?

      A travel blog entry by only_in_the_usa on Jun 30, 2013

      This page is to get the map up to date but Albuquerque would have to be the end of the earth and why it's there I'm not sure. 600 000 ppl living in a dust bowl in the middle of no where! Why? Poor ppl, I don't reckon they realise that there is a colour green. The soil is yellowish/brown and so are ...

      Tepees, Arrows, and Sunlight

      A travel blog entry by juliannamarjane on Jan 19, 2013

      17 photos

      I have to say that I was looking forward to this day for the whole trip. Finally, the shortest driving day of the whole shebang, a small 5.5 - 6 hours sounds like heaven when put next to 8.5-9 hours, and guess what? We arrived WHILE IT WAS STILL LIGHT OUT. Talk about awesome.

      The drive from Sedona to Albuquerque was quite fascinating. I'd have to say that my favorite part was seeing all of the red rocks in the Sedona area. They are so beautiful and I've decided that out ...