Synonyms for pagosa_springs or Related words with pagosa_springs

alamosa              saguache              huerfano              las_animas              conejos              rangely              walsenburg              ouray              glenwood_springs              arapahoe              kremmling              mancos              picacho              sapinero              juab              gunnison              quartzsite              ruidoso              cloudcroft              crestone              manitou_springs              marysvale              wickenburg              cañon              steamboat_springs              uintah              monte_vista              antonito              piute              gila_bend              vallecito              sierra_blanca              pinal              ouray_colorado              crested_butte              carrizozo              sierra_vista              pojoaque              moapa_valley              kayenta_arizona              pinedale              peloncillo_mountains              nucla              plumas              arivaca              yerington              salida_colorado              prowers              arvada              tooele             



Examples of "pagosa_springs"
Pagosa Springs is located at (37.268032, -107.024554).
Rickard retired in 1978 and spent the rest of his life in Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
In April, 2007, the 200th chapter of Drinking Liberally was created in Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
The western terminus of US 84, Pagosa Springs, Colorado, was made famous by C. W. McCall in the 1975 song and album "Wolf Creek Pass". US 84 actually ends approximately east of downtown Pagosa Springs at a T-intersection with US 160 (Main Street).
There are only two known occurrences of this plant, separated by about . One is on the southeastern edge of Pagosa Springs straddling U.S. Route 84 near the junction with U.S. Route 160. The other occurrence is along Route 160, about west of Pagosa Springs. There are an estimated 162,220 individual plants.
Burning since May 13, this 22,400-acre fire is located in the San Juan National Forest north of the Piedra River near Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
The Red Ryder Round-up is an annual July 4 weekend event in Pagosa Springs, home of the Fred Harman Art Museum.
In 2005, Bill's daughters, Nerissa Whittington and Keely Reyes, purchased The Springs, in Pagosa Springs, the facility includes a hotel, spa and outdoor hot springs facility.
KWUF-FM (106.1 FM) is a radio station licensed to Pagosa Springs, Colorado, United States. The station is currently owned by Wolf Creek Broadcasting, LLC.
AHS competes in 3A, Inter-mountain, along with Bayfield High School, Centauri High School, Monte Vista High School, and Pagosa Springs High School.
† At Danceland and at the Pagosa Springs Lions Club, the band was billed as: Verne Byers and His CBS Orchestra — The Most Danceable Band in the Land.
The song describes the truck careening down through a "tunnel" (during which process several crates of chickens stacked on the back of the truck are inadvertently lost) and eventually into a feed store in Pagosa Springs. This tunnel is actually a snow shed: the song predates the only true tunnel on the pass by 30 years. However, the snow shed is on the east side of the pass while Pagosa Springs is on the west side, making this sequence of events impossible.
Tyler Moore was born in Austin, TX however, he spent most of his early life in Pagosa Springs, CO. Tyler is now a student at Colorado State University and is a Cadet in Air Force ROTC.
Pagosa Springs and the surrounding county are both experiencing a substantial influx of second-home owners; a 2006 property assessment indicates that 60% of area private properties are owned by non-residents.
Physaria pruinosa (syn. "Lesquerella pruinosa") is a species of flowering plant in the mustard family known by the common names Pagosa Springs bladderpod and frosty bladderpod. It is native to Colorado and New Mexico in the United States.
Its route, if not its number, was made famous in song in 1975, as the road from Wolf Creek Pass to Pagosa Springs, Colorado in C.W. McCall's country music song "Wolf Creek Pass".
Rickard died on 30 March 2016. He was survived by his six children and his brother John. A memorial service was held at St. Patrick's Episcopal Church in Pagosa Springs.
Marshall was training with Jacob Miskimens in their own facility in Washington when he purchased a funeral home in Pagosa Springs, Co. He made the move to Colorado on March, 2009.
Archuleta County is one of the 64 counties in the U.S. state of Colorado. As of the 2010 census, the population was 12,084. The county seat and the only incorporated municipality in the county is Pagosa Springs.
It first carried State Primary Road 15 in a crossing near Pagosa Springs; it was moved later to cross the Piedra River at its current location, on the Southern Ute Indian Reservation in the southern part of Archuleta County.