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... for them with only small hand and feet holes to assist them. They never found too many bodies with signs of falling.
This morning we left in huge rain followed by hail through the spectacular San Juan Mountains, part of the Rocky Mountains. Hard to believe that there was still snow on the ground beside the road. The pass was 10856 feet but our trusty RV made it.
Our destination ...
... De Christos mountains. The continuing work of prevailing winds replaces the sand taken away by two creeks. Did a little 4WDing to explore, looking at the dunes and the Medano Creek after seeing movie at Visitor Centre.
Then to find a camp. Went to Zapata Falls campground, also full so we camped in the car park. Spectacular view over the valley below. Very noisy night as the locals were camped in the trees nearby - Friday night is party ...
... tent and yhere were more rocks there than in rocksville. Mentioned this to the office and politely declined and had a curt responce " well it is a desert"!!! Ummm enouhh said. Headed for the nearest town, fort garland and stayed at a hotel run by a very strange Polish lady. Total fruit cake but very nice and ...
Thursday May 22, 2014
This morning we went to the “Great Sand Dunes National
Park and Preserve”, just northwest of the campground. It is one of those sights that you have to see to appreciate, traveling over the relatively flat valley floor toward the
mountains you can see a brownish area at the base of the mountain, and as you
approach the area you can see these ...
Wednesday May 21, 2014
This morning started out bright and sunny, but later it turned
a little cloudy, a perfect day for traveling.
We headed south on I-25 to Walsenburg and then west on US 160. This was a drive through beautiful mountains