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Travel Blogs from Divide
Wednesday May 14, 2014
Another cold morning, but it was sunny. We headed north on US 283 and then west on US
24 to “Nicodemus National Historic Site”. Nicodemus is a town settled after the
Civil War by freed slaves as a town just for black settlers, it as a farming
town that thrived until the railroad bypassed the ...
Today was probably the toughest drive for our little car. We traversed two Northern Colorado passes - Rabbit Ears Pass at 9,426 ft. and Cameron Pass at 10,276 ft. The pumpkin did fine, and we took many breaks for her and us to rest. There are no pictures from the crazy, curvy road we were on traveling down Cameron Pass because I literally was "hanging on" for dear life!! Jim was having the best time catching all the ...
... be ready to ride tomorrow. I plan to ride to Ogallala Nebraska which is about 90 miles from Sterling Colorado. It's been windy lately so I hope the wind won't be in my face tomorrow. It will be nice to see a new state again. I feel like I've been in Colorado forever. Just 5 more days until I get to see my family in ...
July 1, 2013
Mueller SP, CO. (9308')
We are out of the desert of Utah and
have been in Colorado since mid June. We took five days to cross
that vast and open space on the map. Vast and open, yes but not
empty. Each stop offering more than one could hope for. First
overnighting at Fruita CG in Capitol Reef National Park. (
) Another ...
... together with grim predictions of a cold night. Guess what! It’s a miracle! The furnace works. Barbara is getting warm inside and Jim’s world got brighter with the prospect of heat. Best guess—another loose wire from bouncing down the road. So we pay the nice man for the service call and mileage (remember everything is far away on the plains) and bunk if for the night with water in water bottles. But at least it’s warm. ...