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... 30 minutes which she seemed to enjoy thoroughly. From the Bark Park, we drove back into town where we got out and wandered around a little. Pagosa Springs is a very nice resort town...full of "lookie loos" and fun to walk around in. They are famous for the hot springs and there are many areas in town that you can enjoy swimming or soaking in the famous waters. By the way, I now blame the son in law for the mocha frappe I ...
... it is also beautiful in the summer when all the leaves are out on the Aspen trees.
Wolf Creek Pass, in the San Juan Mountains,
is an adventure. When the first pioneers came through, the pass took
two to three weeks to cross. Every spring the trail had to be remade. By
the time the automobile ...
We decided to head further South this morning to try to out run the rain that has been hounding us for days. Dan had given us the heads up on a scenic byway to take and we were impressed with the views along our ride today. For the first half of the day we wound our way over beautiful mountain passes and lush valleys. The Mountain peaks in the distance still had snow on them. We stopped at ski town Frisco (near Vail) for a coffee break. The town was obviously ...
First came yesterday.
We took our time leaving civilization, but the moment arrived when forward and out were our only options, and so we went, after first inhaling, deeply, a final few gulps of ice-cold air conditioning..... Out into the already scorching heat, into our increasingly disorganized car, leftover Chinese takeout safely secured in dollar store tupperware bowls, multiple bottles of water stowed, our ...
That ranger at the Del Norte station really gave me a good tip. I drove out to the area she suggested about 13 miles south down 13 till it ends. When she was pointing to the map, i said , "isnt all that private ranch land? She said no, you can camp amywhere out there. This is nice! A little ways away from the trailhead parking are some flat campspots protected from the 20 mph or so valley winds here. It is a nice breeze though and keeps the bugs down. ...