Motel 6 Raton
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... Volcano National Monument. You can drive up to the top and
see the crater but when we got there we found out the length of our
vehicle meant we could go but it would cost $18, shut the road down
and require an escort up the road and back down again. Now, I have
faith in Ben's driving but not roads themselves so we (I) decided not
to. Kaitlin became Jnr. Ranger though, filling in an activity book,
going on a hike (not ...
... to be afraid of people. Jonathan and I went for a walk along the cliff above the lake - it disappeared at times and was very steep - a bit dangerous really we thought. We took our time and were careful - the view was nice and then we came to the end and saw the "Trail Closed" sign. That would explain a lot! Also saw an archeological site that has old stone rings that they think marked the Santa Fe Trail way back before it even existed as travelers camped ...
... still remains, although some of it is decaying. But it's not hard as you walk the street to imagine what it must have been like in the old days. A neat place!
One of the places we'd found last time we were in Trinidad was an Italian restaurant that was located in an old church building. For those of you "of a certain age," you may remember Arlo Guthrie's late-1960's movie "Alice's Restaurant," also located in a ...
... driving in snow for the first time in a small car and also with no chains on the tires.
We reached a little town called Silverton and checked at the information center, the roads ahead were much worse and there had been a few accidents so we decided we would turn around and head back towards Durango and find somewhere closer to Raton to stay the night. After 3 hours driving in the snow....although we weren't always calm we did get some pretty cool photos.
... engaged in breathing their life into this living art. We admire for a while ourselves as we search for prime canvas (which seems to be wherever anyone else is not painting). There are so many layers of paint that the cars look like they are made of plastic and are melting and dripping in the hot sun. Scott decides "VideoRay Rules" is appropriate and I attempt the more challenging VideoRay Logo. But the wind I mentioned ...