Prospectors RV Resort
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... dunes. Both served us AWESOME meats. AND both delighted us with their always welcoming company. Thank you both a million times over!
From Walden, we biked up and over Cameron Pass at 10,000+ ft in elevation. We got to the top of the pass and Turbo Diesel was flabbergasted that we had already made it to the top, while Powerstroke was less impressed, feeling that it wasn't going to be that tough to begin with. The Poudre River Canyon ...
... bridge that crosses this very steep, narrow canyon, and the maximum security prison. We toured the first, skipped the second and called it a day as black clouds gave rain to large raindrops.
The Royal Gorge is called the “Grand Canyon of the Arkansas River.” The gorge has been carved over millions of years and is only 50-feet wide at the floor. We viewed the gorge from the top, walking along the bridge that is suspended some 1,053-feet ...
... of her freezer so that's what we had for dinner. It was perfect because we were wet and cold. We had a good laugh looking at the pictures and Go-Pro videos and realized how lucky we are to be able to do what we did today. Good time in a great place with good company. Doesn’t get any better than this.
We are headed out on Highway 50 West tomorrow. Our goal is the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National ...
We had leisurely morning because we couldn't check into our new campground until 1:00. It was only an hour away, so we did laundry, did some household chores, and ate biscuits and gravy for breakfast.
We left around 11:30 and drove to the Royal Gorge area. It’s a beautiful gorge created by the Arkansas River. There is a suspension bridge across the river that is out of service right now. Last summer there was a fire in the ...
... We drove 11 miles up the road to a little ghost town called St Elmo. St Elmo was a bustling mining town in the late 1800's now they boast a permanent year round population of 2. The Buena Vista Historical Society has done a nice job of maintaining the town and there is one building that serves as a gift shop and snack bar.
Immediately after pulling into town we found a spot near the old jail to enjoy our usual picnic lunch. After lunch ...