The Animas B&B at the Wingate House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... but they can never do justice to something like this. Most come back sometime and explore it close up - a trek would be ideal!
Later on in the day we pass through Monument Valley - another awesome place of *********e mountains left in place after surrounding rock has been eroded away over the years. The shapes (monuments) were incredible - hope the photos do them justice!
Then the rain comes as we try to finish ...
... Myra (a few times) and
Ralph and Marsha
Rick and Nancy
It took awhile to get the house back in order and the camper cleaned out. While it was a great experience.... "there is no place like home". (Dorothy - Wizard of Oz)
Who knows where the next adventure will be.
... insulation on the underside of the hood. They are only cute from afar…
My next hike was a little northwest of Silverton, to a lake that is a phenomenal light blue. The pictures I’ve seen of Ice Lake are amazing, but I wasn’t fortunate enough to see the lake on a sunny day. This day proved to be cloudy and raining throughout, but it was still amazing. Though it was only a drizzle for most of the hike, at the top, it turned ...
... motivates me to keep doing the things I eventually want to do! Here's a link to my bucket list...
Found here: http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-en tries/thekellers/1/1351980505/tpod.html
... through. Sometimes we even had to drive across the streams. At other times there were large mud puddles in the road that we got to drive through! The flowers were definitely the best in the meadows.
We saw so many flowers, and so many different kinds of flowers! They were everywhere. One of the best places to see Columbines is at the very end of Brown Mountain. We didn't see hardly any Columbines on that entire road, but at ...