Candlewood Suites Craig NW
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The weather is pleasant while we are here, but it takes a while for me to start feeling better. We do manage a couple of walks along the trails. On one such walk we head into the wooded area by the river. Here we spot a couple of young juvenile Prairie Falcons squawking up in the tree. We must have found a nesting site. I do manage to get a couple of shots before the mosquitos eat us alive.
Quick stop for salads at Wendy's in Craig. About the only thing we found interesting in Craig was the town's name.
Leaving town I found that one of the bolts holding the Indian's windshield to the bracket had fallen out. Pulling a quick "McGyver", I cut a section from my long boot laces and tied the windshield to the bracket so as to not lose any pieces.
... fracking, or delivering the oil to wherever they deliver it.
We also saw a near disaster. A big semi trailer was behind us and he was apparently in a big hurry. We were going down a big hill with a curve at the bottom and this guy passed us on a double yellow line not knowing if anyone was coming the other way. If there were cars in both of the lanes, they wouldn’t have survived the impact. He may have gained a minute or two by passing ...
... t too bad. The uphill stretches were longer than we have had so far so I guess you just can’t avoid the hills.
The trip today is only 254 miles so we aren't in a great hurry to get going. One of our neighbors came over and he is from Burt Lake, MI. Then a man on a motorcycle came over and he was from Ann Arbor, MI. Small world.
The sun is up and bright on the eastern horizon. Just a day of many we have experienced. God is ...
... Sand Wash Basin is one of four BLM wild horse management areas in Colorado. In 1971 it was home to 61 horses. The BLM is now managing the area for 163 to 362 horses. Looking for horses, I drove CR 75 up Sevenmile Ridge and then the lower Wild Horse Loop. The roads are not well maintained and a four-wheel, high-clearance vehicle would be handy. Three times I was turned back because of washouts, but I did see some beautiful shy horses.