Apple Dumpling Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... how the silver is layered in the rock and how to recognize silver. From the naked eye, it is a bit hard to tell. There were other mineral displays that were very interesting. Also, the gift shop was interesting because all the gifts were some type of rock. They had salt lamps, rock glasses, jewelry, and the like. After the gift shop we headed on the Bachelor Loop. This is a 17 ...
... took a walk to get in some exercise. All in all we are doing OK with the altitude but we have both discovered that we definitely get a little "puffy" if we try to walk at the same speed we are in the habit of going at home (8100 ft. elevation here). Having said that, it still felt good to get out and walk in this beautiful area. We seem to be adapting more each day which is a good thing.
Around 11:40 we took Laura ...
... is A+, which was a real treat. So many times public laundromats are marginal to say the least. Now we should be in good shape for another week...plus you always feel so smug when you take care of a necessary chore so easily!
Also, lest I forget...John finished washing the last side of Mufasa. He has been working the last few days off and on getting off some of the bajillion bugs we brought with us out of Kansas. The Big Muf looks ...
... nifty rock and Laura bought one just like it...like Mother, like daughter I guess!
After leaving Last Chance Mine we finished the loop road back to Creed and then headed back to South Fork. Before getting back to camp we stopped to make reservations for a scenic train ride this coming Friday. Sheeba is disappointed that she won't be allowed on the train, but indicated that she was glad for the rest of us to be able to go!
Today was a ...
... of Blanca Peak which is over 14,000 feet in elevation.
After crossing the Rio Grande in Alamosa, we made a survival stop...to Wally World, where else? We quickly discovered that we were not the only immigrants to stop for supplies as if there would be no place else to stop between there and Los Angeles! John took a video to prove it. Amazing! Fearing that there would also be no fast food to be found on the rest of our trek, we picked up a couple of sandwiches and ...