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Travel Blogs from Pagosa Springs
The drive home from Denver was easy and uneventful. We have never seen this little snow at the top of Wolf Creek Pass this time of year. Our house weathered fine and was not as dusty as expected.
Big ups to Mike, Mike, Eden, Kerri and Beka for helping with the house and animals and making this ...
... near the stops. I was surprised that O'Keeffe's work was so realistic. I had always thought of her work as being fairly abstract. I suppose some of it is but much of it is not.
After the tour I headed for Pagosa Springs, CO, which is the nearest town to Chimney Rock National Monument, my intended destination for tomorrow.
... in the house is either beautiful or functional – very little has been transported to their new life because it “should” come – they’ve cleared out the baggage, and have made room for the new. And I am so filled with admiration! And so grateful that we have a haven (ANOTHER haven) that we can visit often. Now we’re visiting Blake and Lynne, a couple of hours away, but also in Southern ...
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 ...
... several mountain passes, descending through 2 valleys that seemingly don't belong within the mountains, and following the San Juan and Rio Grande rivers along the way. This provided a number of picture taking opportunities as the foliage is still a nice yellow color, though leaves are falling rapidly. We took some good shots of the Collegiate Peaks, San Juan River, and other mountain rivers and ponds.
On the Eastern side of the San ...