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Old 07-16-2018, 01:57 PM   #21
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The pass between Ouray and Silverton is not for the faint of heart, yet very beautiful. It even scares us driving it in a car. We laugh and say that the painted side line drips off the edge!

There are so many amazing ways to get around the whole Utah-Colorado-New Mexico area. I think we've driven just about every way you can go safely with an RV. Dolores Canyon is beautiful, especially when the mountain roads are snowy. We were in this whole area a few weeks ago during the Durango fire, and we still had no problem getting where we wanted to go. It rained hard one day while we were in Santa Fe. The owners of the Santa Fe KOA told us it hadn't rained since October 2017, and they were rejoicing!
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We stayed in Chama last week.
It rained most every day.
Not a lot per day.
Those cool temps though. Ahhhhhhh.

Recommend Rio Chama RV park.
Very friendly staff and neighbors.
Train runs right behind the park at the river crossing.
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Mesa Verde is worth the time. Be aware they are very dry in the 4 corners area and have a current fire between Durango and Silverton.

A lot of the National forest is closed because of fire danger in the area.
Completely agree. Mesa Verde shouldn't be missed. Durango is not too far from there.
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