The Hangin' Tree R.V. Park
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... in 1999. It’s a newbie and not well known.
The park road took us up to 9,000 ft. and we were looking down at the bottom of the canyon where the Gunnison River flows. It is a loooong way down. Many of the viewing areas require a good deal of walking (I will say hiking). We did some of them and not others. One was labeled to be 100 yards and by park standards, that is supposed to mean round trip. We decided to take ...
... 70's and blue skies. I am well stocked with sunscreen and water.
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Since we got burned out of our last camp and hd a change of plans, we decided to meet Dan and h.is family at the black canyon. We arrived on Friday. They get there Saturday . Very hot. Very beautiful but not a good place for dogs. There was this very familiar deer going through camp. When the dogs barked at it, it lunged at them. Very interesting. Fun time with Dan and ...
... train engine is the original coal fired one and looks like it would have been a fun trip.
After lunch, we continued north going through another 11,000 foot + pass and dropped down through another small mining town, Ouray. Ouray was the last great chief of the Ute Tribe. Past that we dropped down into base of the Rockies at about 5,000 feet and we are now in an RV park in Montrose, Colorado. For the next two days we are going to explore the ...