The Timbers at Chama

HC 75, Chama, New Mexico, 87520, United States | Lodge
 

Travel Blogs from Chama

Ride into New Mexico

A travel blog entry by aley48

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... It is the remaining 64 mile portion of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad's San Juan Extension built in the 1880s between Alamosa, CO and Durango, CO. The route was abandoned in the late 1960s and the tracks from Chama westward to Durango were torn up soon afterwards.
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A Sure Thing

A travel blog entry by patry

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... but ready to take on the mountain lion! He saw 2 huge ....... deer having their breakfast on our site! We all came out and were able to see them before they took off. We told Caleb they must have come by to wish him a happy birthday!


Around our house (or in this case trailer) when it's your birthday you get to eat and do whatever you want, whenever you want! You don't have to ...

Fall colors and steam

A travel blog entry by wheelerlj

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... 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!!




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Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railway

A travel blog entry by friesendm

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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.
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Night 24: 4 Corner Loafering

A travel blog entry by splencner

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... but look better than most of the buildings on the Navajo Reservation we passed through to get here.

No one knows why the people left for sure. Was it disease? Was it war or revolution? Was ut drought? Was it overuse of natural resources? There us evidence fir each of these theories. No one really knows who the people who lived here were. It seems they share cultural traits with the Puebloan people of the Rio Grande Valkey to the east.

Like the Pueblo do, they ...

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