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... re small but there was enough of interest to fill the two hours until my tour.
There were six of us on the tour. We were taken around the portion of the ranch near where Georgia O'Keeffe's home. We got to see the house but only at a distance. We stopped at several places and were shown pictures of O'Keeffe paintings ...
... her last night and locked her in the camper and went to the neighbors to visit for awhile. When we came back she had messed up the covers on the bed (she did not go to the bathroom on it), so we knew we had to crate her. So we set the crate up last night with the zip ties and carbiners ready to go for today.
We woke up to a cloudy, cool morning at 7:30. We had to move to a different campsite for tonight. We got ...
We concluded with a champagne toast to the balloonist's prayer:
The winds have welcomed you with softness
The sun has blessed you with it’s warm rays
You have flown so high and so well
That God has joined you in laughter
And set you gently back again
Into the loving arms of Mother Earth
And that is a perfect ending to a perfect ...
... came up. He never came by after all. Believe it or not, the sun rose and so did i. I went back out to the same spot ( daylight makes all men brave) and took a bunch of morning light shots. All over in Colorado you can her these strnge whirlygig sounding buzzes zipping around. They are hummingbirds, they are everywhere. Around my camp there were many and after watching them a while you could see they followed a fly and land at a loction routine, so i ...
... built in 1912, and had a comfortable but nice feel. The food was great, as well!
The next day we had hoped to explore the town some more but it was freezing. We both decided to hit the road and head back but not before taking a few more pictures of the hotel and springs. Another idea that we had for the trip back was to detour up to Black Canyon of the Gunnison, but we decided to save this for a future trip (and blog post) of it's own.