Silver Star Bed and Breakfast and Retreat Center
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... out there having fun.
After my fill of the sand board I decided to hike up Star Dune, the tallest Sand Dune at the park. It looked daunting and as soon as I started the climb I was assured that it was. Climbing up steep sand banks is no easy task. I had to stop numerous times along the way in order to catch my breath, but nevertheless, I kept putting one foot in front of the other and eventually made ...
... on down Highway 17, I just had to make the pilgrimage to the UFO Watchtower in Hooper. A former rancher, Judy Messoline, built this facility after hearing “sighting” story after story from valley residents. As I pulled up, there was a group of about 12 people moving in a circle clockwise with arms raising up toward the sky. Hmmm? One of them was Judy, so the visitor center was not open. Reilly and I wandered ...
... town and everything is so clean and neat looking. We then drove by the JonBenet Ramsey house because I wanted to see it. It looked like all the pictures I had seen, but smaller. They have a gate around it and no parking signs out front. I'm sure they hate all the gawkers like us, but oh well. We then left and headed down through Denver and Colorado Springs. The mountains off to the side were beautiful! At Colorado Springs, we ...
National park Great Sand Dunes National Park Basics A sandbox of epic proportions, the entire dune field encompasses 30 square miles and the tallest dune towers 750 feet high. The kid in every visitor loves to sled down the sand year-round and plunge into the soft-sand tracks of those who climbed ahead of them. Magic Moment in Great Sand Dunes National Park ...
... from the pass the temperature went back up to 82. We drove through Fort Garland and Blanca and then came to Rt. 150 which headed north to Great Sand Dunes National Park.
We could see the dunes in front of the mountains from many miles away. We passed the road to Zapata Falls which we hope to visit. When we got close enough we stopped to take a picture. We stopped to take another picture at the entrance ...