Angler'S Hearth Bed & Breakfast
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... way out here? As usual, I have not researched a thing and am completely ignorant. We then drove through the Rocky Mountains. I took photo after photo and after each picture, I'd see another view that was more breath-taking than the last. Incredible. I could feel my ears popping at times as we ascended and descended. So strange to think that we were living at sea level all these years! We had to go downhill quite a bit and our car does not ...
... 8217;t take a closer look. (We’ll take his word for it.) This lake has a nice marina and a sheltered cove. There are many house boats, fishing boats and pleasure craft here. Definitely picture worthy. On our way back we have another little shower. The rain is off and on but we still got out for a walk.
Today we head out to another scenic wildlife trail. This is a nice trail that is fairly level and takes you out into the ...
... t see Any thing, no drips, we bque pork chops on the grill very windy, and also did the bacon on the case iron pan , had a nice dinner, walked the dogs to K9 park and took the cable box back to office, got the car ready for travel, and also most outside stuff ready to go, hope too leave around 0700 for cedar city via 160 to Interstate 70 to 15 ...
... into some canyon near San Ysidro, NM!
Pic 20 - Cuba: The trees here walk up hill. Their roots stick out all over to help them get a footing. Some looked like legs! Cuba, NM
Pic 21 - Weather Ahead: Ominous weather! I have been dodging rain storms all day. I have been lucky and weaved in between a bunch of storms visible on both sides of me. This is behind me and has moved into where I just was!
Pic 22 - The Continental ...
Today we started out early, so we could get a day filled with jeeping! We started first on Imogene. The turn-off to Imogene is just before Yankee Boy Basin, so we drove the road we are quite familiar with, past the drinking cup and under the overhanging rock. We drove down a steep, rocky area and crossed the stream at the sign for Imogene. Driving on Imogene was great! We drove along the stream through ...