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... we were glad we got to spend so much time outside in the cool air.
The storms did arrive-- we took advantage of the pool and hot tub, and had a good lunch at Tequila's, a nearby Mexican restaurant. Once the weather cleared, we went into Trinidad for the Riverwalk and Kit Carson State Park. Another swim rounded out this great ...
... so we put that aside. There is a piece of the Santa Fe Trail there as well, We met a woman who told us that the lake was higher than it had been in years, which also explains the great display of wildflowers.Once back on the road, we traveled through a Colorado state forest-we spotted an elk and a couple of mule deer, which livened things up. It was great to see some changes ...
... a plateau (like being on the moors in England) with great views. A very narrow road. This is where we saw the deer. Must be the Spring migration as we saw a few more
When we got to the T junction, we turned east to go into Oklahoma. The scenery was very much the same. After a while we did a U-turn (that would have kept Dora happy, if we'd had the satnav on). And then we drove the best road - great scenery, hardly any other cars. Awesome. ...
... seen these parts of the country from a perspective that I suspect few Americans do, I get a feeling for the area.
For hundreds and hundreds of miles across the majority of central USA life is tough, outside of the big cities.
Making a living is hard and due to that there is not much thought to building a future because so much of making a life in these areas is transient. You could spend a generation building a farm to have one summer ...
... and mesas to a road with mountain hugging curves that climbs up into the clouds, then from dry and magnificent, around the last curve, an eagle's view of a red valley in one direction, and in the other, the mighty Colorado River, and a road more gradually curving around past and through gigantic rock cliffs riddled with holes small to cavern sized, all carved by the flow if water. Somewhere past all that we'll camp ...