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... I ever knew." -Wyatt Earp
No one told me the cemetery was on the top of a hill above the city up a half-mile rocky trail officially marked “moderately strenuous”, but I got my exercise. I guess I should have taken a hint when the sign pointing to the cemetery was accompanied by another reading “Trailhead”. At the foot I met an Iraqi war vet with a service dog- one of the most ...
... me on top of the cliff, below were several golden currants where a couple of butterflies flew out of and over the Clear Creek.
Always found it strange how several mountains can be carpeted by grass and trees; then in the middle comes Pre-Cambrian, Cambrian and granite staring out million to billions of years old. There was a straight stretch that appeared and in the distance a magnificent view of those snow-capped mountains stood silently watching, somewhat muted by grays. ...
... River Rafting
... to believe. We got some great photos and a short hike around the grounds.
From there we headed back into the town of Keystone for lunch. After lunch, we headed across the street to a local t shirt place and it turns out the owner used to be a rural postal carrier in Wisconsin. So, of course, she and Lori became BFFs as they shared daring mail delivery tales. Whew. As much as I ...
... a challenge and at one time we heard a loud clunk as a rock hit the underside of our car. Yikes. The car seemed to be no worse for the wear. Our recommendation would be to take ATV's on this trail. We saw other people opting for this method of transportation. For the remainder of the afternoon, Murray relaxed watching golf and tennis on TV while I explored the shops and antique ...