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Today, Oscar and I spent a happy hour wandering around a farm museum in Littleton. There were two farms which had been taken down from the local area and reconstructed to show life in 1860 and 1890 - pre and post railroad coming to Colorado.
The weather was hot and it was quite interesting to see the contrast between the two - and the contrast to Manor Farm back home! There ...
As soon as we had breakfast we headed out to check out two additional RV parks. Both are in State Parks, one in Aurora and the other in Littleton. We'll go to Aurora first then Littleton and we will go say hi to Linda and Family. Our RV reservations are not looking good. There is room in the state parks during the week days, but every weekend through August is already taken. We can't make reservations on site, have to call or make them on-line. We leave ...
... Castle Point for the full Walmart experience....good god! Somewhat overwhelming to say the least....but eventually we found most things, spent a small fortune and headed for the Chatfield State campground, which was stunning! Quite a surprise as it was only planned to be a quick and convenient stop, but in fact was lovely, by the side of a lake and very pretty. We think it is an old Engineer Corps ...
... under me.
It took only a few hours to reach the western border of my home state, and I pulled over at the Leaving Colorful Colorado sign. It felt right. Pushing onward, I first ventured off I-70 minutes later on Route 128 south toward Moab, where I saw a group of Pronghorns and lost cell service - just what I was after. You begin to see how gorgeous Utah is very quickly as the earth turns red and sandstone monoliths jet upward ...
... and bears. Some of the monkeys we saw were lemurs, slender loris, mandrill, western lowland gorilla, orangutan, black howler monkey, and golden lion tamarin. Two grizzley bears and two black bears rounded out this corner of the zoo and we made our way back towards the front. Around this side of the zoo we saw a number of other types of deer, such as the Okapi, before concluding our tour with a pack of African ...
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