Chama & Chevvies

We were over in Chama recently, enjoying indigenous buildings, an improvised ’50 Chev tow truck and – although not the trailer we were looking for – a homemade horse trailer of considerable charm;

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This was soon followed by a trip to Pueblo and ABC Plumbing Supply, affording a chance to revisit, since it hadn’t moved since last year, the Nova que no va…and a definitely mobile ’54 Bel Air, which could have been cobbled together from one like the one spotted in NW Albuquerque earlier in the month…

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Aside from parking lot temps in the triple digits our visit also was marred by Jorge’s having no avocados!  No pork and avocado burritos!…so home to cooler climes…

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Seeking with some desperation something to move two six-foot windows west we came upon, out along the road between Redwing and Malachite, not only another classic Chevy [with spare V-8 in case the six won’t run] but…


…the potential answer to our prayers!

More on that, and the road west [and last of Libre] anon…





3 thoughts on “Chama & Chevvies

  1. wk

    Colorado clouds (and cars/trucks/trailers) are great.
    I can’t believe you guys are already getting ready to head west….seems like you just got there!


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