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Travel Blogs from Roosevelt
... to the wildfires Colorado has experienced in recent weeks. That and the drought ... it's bone dry most places. However, the Aspen trees were beautiful and many of the firs looked healthy.
We saw many working ranches and farms where people are fortunate to have anything growing. Mostly they were baling hay. We saw the ski slopes of Steamboat Springs and several little towns. The terrain became desert-like for quite some distance. I wonder ...
We headed back to the RV and Mike bbq’d pork chops and we are inside. Temperatures were still too warm for open windows. We got to bed early until Katie heard sounds and saw movement outside. Bernie was sound asleep on the floor but Katie got everyone else’s attention. You suddenly feel very isolated with the thought of a stranger outside your door at night when you have limited vision. But Mike checked ...
... s, sunny and dry.
Vernal is next to Dinosaur National Park with a huge wall of dinosaur fossils. For anyone interested in dinosaurs and geology, it is a must see.
The night before we left, Thursday, T and I had dinner with Jamis, Nicole, and the girls. Emma told us to be carful of the bears because they like to ...
Daniel Junction roadhouse for a loo stop had an interesting photo board of people posing with the big wild mammals that they had killed. Along with the usual groceries, toiletries and such for sale you could have also bought some heavy ammunition. Stopped at Green River for lunch. They mine Turon here which is a mineral that is made into soda ash and used for lots of products around ...
... br> American flags lining the main drag. There were fireworks sellers
all over town at little stands on the street corners and in giant
tents in store parking lots. The irony is that due to the threat of
wildfire, you were only allowed to shoot them off in the town park.
I could just picture the park lined with eager fireman standing
around with hoses at the ready...like the snowplow guys in that