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In Pueblo we stopped to get some gas but realized the van door had fallen off. Luckily we had the money to go get it repaired at the local body shop in Pueblo. Also to find a change in diet and to have an interesting way to eat, i went fishing in the Pueblo Resevoir. We stayed at Forts RV Park for the night
- Arrived at my Aunt Sally's house at 1:30 pm
- She lives in Fountain CO
- Just drove 207.3 miles and it cost $38.63
- She offered a room for me to stay in for 3 extra days
- I am getting paid $150 for helping out around the house because she is getting to old to do some of ...
... looking for NYC apartment rentals, it is usually important to successfully go and physically read the apartment to ensure it is exactly what continues to be advertised. This way, make no mistake - that that's what you happen to be searching for with no disappointments when you've got already paid for the rent. And also this ensures that any repairs that should be done are handled before you move around ...
After posting the last blog on Wednesday morning, August 6, my sister-in-law Barbara, Jim, Pat and I headed out to see the sights of Pueblo. Our first stop was at Lake Pueblo which is a large recreation area for boaters, water skiers and fishermen. We then went on to meet Cathy and her boss Jean for lunch in a small espresso bar on the first floor of a building on the historic registry. It originally was a courthouse and over time also was a large ...
... to downtown Pueblo. We were only about 10 miles away. Pueblo is called The Steel City because it is the second largest steel producing city in the US. Who knew! The best part of downtown is HARP, Historic Arkansas River Project. They have build a beautiful River walk section in the Union Avenue Historic Commercial District. We browsed several antique shops and walked along the water. The Union ...