The Timbers at Chama

HC 75, Chama, New Mexico, 87520, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Chama

Ride into New Mexico

A travel blog entry by aley48


We rode to visit Willy's brother and his lovely wife Char who have a holiday home just outside of Chama. Great ride. Rode over 6 high passes and watched the old Steam train chug over the mountains. Watched the sunset over the mountains drinking 'moonshine' and eating ...

A Sure Thing

A travel blog entry by patry

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... decided he was ready to go fishing. We all headed to the only store in about a 20 mile radius to get some worms and bait. At the store they told us about Barnes Lake which was 20 minutes away and is right next to a fish hatchery. Only children, with an adult, senior citizens, and people with disabilities are allowed to fish there. The hatchery puts fish into the lake regularly once they reach ...

Fall colors and steam

A travel blog entry by wheelerlj


... have been at home, but not too bad for that altitude. Just managed, I figured, to give my lungs their first decent workout in two weeks!

Today we ride the train! 216 leaves Chama at 10:00 a.m. and takes us to Osier for a lavish lunch. After that, we waddle aboard the Chama-bound 215 to retrieve our camper. Then we're going to move on to Durango, Colorado, where we'll camp tonight and do more train chasing on Monday. WhooHoo!!


Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railway

A travel blog entry by friesendm


I dropped Scott off in Chama, New Mexico this morning. He's checking out our ride on the Cumbres & Toltec Railway between Chama and Antonito, Colorado, where I'm now waiting for him to arrive. For the first hour of the journey, I tracked its progress by driving along the highway that parallels the tracks.

Night 24: 4 Corner Loafering

A travel blog entry by splencner


... we saw in Eastern Oregon.)

The walls have marks from centuries old fires. The windows and the doorways capture the imagination. This is another one of those places sacred to us who are in tune with the spirit if history. The ghosts of the past live in the walls, no sipapu needed for communion.

As to the term "Anasazi." it us probably not the best word. It is a Navajo slur that means "Old People." Historians believe the Navajo, who invaded here from the far ...


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