Park Row Lodge
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... were the perfect addition to our travel day!
There had been record breaking rains in Colorado and we were lucky not to have gotten into those, but we did see quite a bit of erosion and road damage as we came thru Ute Pass into Manitou Spirngs where we camped. The little creek behind our campsite was moving swiftly and no longer just a babbling brook.
Our Lake Powell companions organized a mini-reunion/picture sharing evening at ...
... places on this tour that are very narrow and very low, forcing you to stay single file and bent over or crouched. As we shuffled on, she suddenly gasped and grabbed me back. Her entire lantern wick had disappeared! One of the stories told was that wicks would sometimes be blown out - but never before had one completely disappeared!
I have to admit, I let her go in front of me so she would be surrounded by the light of the other ...
... pass a breeze. I love the view from the top of the pass where the trees open up to the empty desert of the San Luis abd Rio Grande below. Now we were in the Arkansas River watershed, a tributary of the Mississippi. We were closer to home. Not only does the geography change, so does the culture of the locals. Over the pass we approached the town of Buena Vista, a crossroads of the Rocky Mountain region. From here you can go almost any direction. The town has a bunch ...
We stopped in one store that was a woman/fair trade store. They sold different types of art and other items made by women from around the world. We bought a small alligator that was made of aluminum cans. When we paid for it there was a man sitting there. He had heard Leslie talk about my job. He asked me if I knew anyone from the British Embassy in Madrid. Before I could answer he said he worked for the British Ministry ...
... The US-160 is also a 2 lane highway but a busier one with the mountains closer on each side. We followed the tracks of various cars and trucks through the snow, lights on, windscreen wipers going. The road climbed slowly but it was straight. The snow continued to fall and we continued to follow other traffic and their tracks through the snow. The road continued straight but it continued to climb and the snow continued to fall. A ...