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... would be back with her before she knew it. She sadly lay down in the back seat with a look on her face saying that she doubted it and that she for sure wasn't overly impressed with the two she had been left with!
We drove back toward South Fork, following the Rio Grande for a few miles before deciding to pull off to an overlook and wait for Laura and Tom to float by. We waited about 20 minutes before we saw ...
... Monday and were disappointed. As it turned out, the building it occupied in Creed had been sold, and apparently the rent factor went up enough that they decided to relocate in South Fork which is about 25 miles south of Creed. The food was every bit as well prepared as we remembered, and the wait staff is exceptional. We had a good meal which we enjoyed very much. Our only problem was that on the way out, we happened to spy a BIG tray of ...
We woke up to a gorgeous morning...cool temps (53 outside) and perfectly blue skies! Wow! The Big Red Truck was once again scheduled to take us on a day trip...this time to Lake City, CO, which lies about 78 miles north of us. Once again Tom and Laura picked us up at our site, and we were on the road about 10:00...AFTER John washed Tom's windshield...and the side windows (Sheeba's nose prints), and the mirrors...and probably would have ...
... closer and closer. We even saw snow on some distant peaks. Closer to our campground, we ran into some light rain showers but the views were fantastic. I took a few pictures from the truck, but I don't know how good they will be since it was somewhat cloudy. We arrived at South Fork Campground at 2:35...with a temperature of 61 degrees would you believe!
After getting situated on our site, I decided to try to get this blog out a little earlier this ...
the changing colors of the aspens.
The route is one I only travelled once before about 20 years
ago. From the pass the road drops into a wide open valley that joins with the
Rio Grande River. Yes, the famous river that divides Texas and Mexico has its
headwaters in Colorado. The main sight along the way is North Clear Creek Falls
where Clear Creek tumbles over 100 feet shortly before its confluence with the