Trinidad Inn & Suites
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... t find bear pepper spray. The lady looked at him as if he were mental and said that it wasn't necessary. She was trying not to laugh! That made me feel better and Jonathan worries too much! :-). I did wonder how necessary the anti-bear soap was that he bought! Next he'll be buying bear urine or something to mark our territory; I'm sure you can buy it at Walmart ;-) Bunnies and squirrels here plus giant crows and I here Canadian geese in the distance. Plus a ...
... were false. After entering the park, we discovered that what we saw on the road was it. It was THE sand dune. This park needs to change its name from Great Sand Dunes to The Great Sand Dune. For there is only one. The park road is only about a mile long before it becomes the entry to the camping areas and ends there. We backtracked to the sign that pointed to a picnic area and discovered that this was THE place to be. There are three paths to the ...
... me of the Boyne Valley (central Qld).
Better move on (as in it's getting late). The Capulin Volcano. Brilliant! It cost a whole $5 to drive up there - one beer, half a hamburger! Amazing views.
We arrived at the motel at 4pm. I thought - a relaxing afternoon, have a look around the town (it has history, just not as well known as other places - on the Santa Fe trail, but the Mountain Route) ....... but, soon after we arrived the ...
... out. You could build your dream house on the ranch to have a tornado tear it apart. You could earn a good living from the gas and oil extraction only for the oil companies to move on. World crop prices can ruin a farm in months.
We see this in the small towns, how they were built very quickly on a short term prosperity and now they simply provide bed and food for people passing through. Those travellers bring no income, wealth or permanence ...
... of the years that the town experienced it’s growth. At it’s peak there were 4 hotels, numerous grocery stores and drug stores, 3 churches, a bank, a mortuary, and 14 saloons.