Echo Canyon Guest Ranch

Address: P.O. Box 328, La Veta, Colorado, 81055-0328, United States | Ranch
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This ranch is located on P.O. Box 328, La Veta.
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        Travel Blogs from La Veta

        Trinidad Lake, Colorado

        A travel blog entry by nbarber on Sep 02, 2015

        11 photos

        ... 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 ...

        Movin' On

        A travel blog entry by cconoly on Jul 27, 2015

        3 photos

        Today we left Ruidoso and headed north to spend a few weeks in Colorado. We drove about 5 hours to Lathrop State Park, outside Walsenburg, Colorado. We've been here several times and like it enough to keep coming back. It's pretty hot, compared to Ruidoso--90ish around 3:00 when we got here, but by 6:00, it was really nice out. We're only here for one night and will be moving on ...

        Empty Town

        A travel blog entry by anah.gagnon on Jul 25, 2015

        5 photos

        Stayed in the parking lot of Safeway in this ole mining town last night. All the businesses are closed down and boarded up. We got some Mexican grub and took a much needed walk after driving over 800 miles...much of that on back roads through dusty one intersection towns with no people and miles and miles of ...

        2 Week Solitary Meditation Retreat

        A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on Jan 15, 2015

        ... sits so I switched to a 1.5-2 hour sit with a half hour break between. I usually went outside for a walk to see the mountains and the beautiful area around the cabin. Several days I did my practice outside and it helped to connect with the larger world and expand my awareness. I enjoyed going deeply into the practice of werma, touching the absolute and connecting deeply with the world. The practice evolved on its own so that I would practice for hours ...

        Great Sand DunesNational Park and Preserve

        A travel blog entry by wright2 on May 22, 2014

        15 photos

        ... it was very wide, and with no stones to step over we were
        forced to remove our shoes and wade through the freezing water, it was coming
        from snow runoff. Reaching the other side we then had to traverse about 200 yards of gravel, on a slight uphill grade. That is when the actual sand dunes started; we were looking at mountains of sand. Walking up the dunes was extremely difficult as for every step you took your foot slipped back down at least half ...