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... snake showed him(her?)self on my part of the tour.
This region, with Mancos to the east and Durango to the West was made famous in John Wayne (and others) cowboy films.
Our next destination was Mesa Verde. This is a national park and we were able to camp within its boundaries (at about 7000 feet!) They were so bear conscious, you couldn’t even ...
... bear, as to us it was the perfect place for bear, lots of berries, a river flowing probably with fish, but all we saw were squirrels, chipmunks, a snake, and three cows. Thank goodness!! Our hike out was easier than going in , we did the 3 miles in an hour and 20 minutes.
We returned to Pagosa Springs, did some grocery shopping and headed home so we would be able to watch the debate. We bar-b-qd sausage and they were delicious. We enjoyed the ...
... just been accomplished for the heart, mind and soul. I gave Fran a huge hug….I couldn't have done this without her helping me every step of the way. My heart is filled with an unspeakable gratitude.
I walk over to the Tara Shrine which contains a statue of Guanyin - the Goddess of Compassion and a quote: “empty mind is happy mind, happy mind is full mind, full mind is everything, everything is nothing”. ...
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 ...
... away, so imagine our surprise when we learned it was a 5 hour trip the day before leaving! Nevertheless we made the most of it by finding some Colorado landmarks that we wanted to visit to tie into this trip, in this case Great Sand Dunes National Park.
We dropped Tucker off at dog daycare and left Saturday morning, taking the scenic route through the mountains, San Luis Valley, and onto Pagosa. The drive proved to be a great ...