Ute Bluff Lodge, Cabins & RV Park
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First thing this morning we went to the rally hall here in the campground and had Saturday breakfast before loading up in The Big Red Truck and headed towards Pagosa Springs which lies in the San Juan Valley. On the way out of town we pulled into a local campground that had the remains of a cabin on property that was used as the cabin that Sparky Griswold and his family, along with Aunt Edna, rented in the Chevy Chase ...
... building originally was built for the Denver & Rio Grande at Hooper, CO where it served until the 1950's, when the Valley Line north of Alamosa was abandoned. It was then sold and moved to a farm near Center, CO., where it survived for over 50 years. In 2008 the depot was donated to the Denver & Rio Grande Historical Foundation and placed in South Fork to provide an authentic passenger depot. Work continues to restore the old depot to it's original look and ...
Another beautiful day in Southern Colorado...piercingly blue skies, light breeze, and low humidity! Yay!! Laura and Tom changed their plans on timing for their raft ride down the Rio Grande from a mid morning run until noon so we decided to not go to Pagosa Springs today, but rather do that on Saturday. That gave us all a slow morning until it was time for them to head to the rafting concession.
In the meantime, John ...
... day. We stopped along the road to Lake City to see a waterfall that we didn't know was there (the children knew about it and took us to see it), and then onward towards Lake City. When we got there we parked The Big Red Truck and took a walk around town, looking into several of the stores on our way. For lunch we stopped into a local cafe for a really tasty lunch. John and I split a Philly and I think it was one of the better ones we ...
... little place. It looked like the people lived behind it in an Airstream and ran the restaurant. We ate at picnic table under some big trees. It was very nice.
Then it was time to go on Bachelor Loop. It was amazing! I hope that you will enjoy the pictures that hopefully I will get sent to you. Keep your fingers crossed! Basically it had a bunch of mines that mined silver and gold. We went to a ...