Pleasant View Resort
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... Gulch. Up on the ridge a giant cement wall (basically Helm's Deep) jutted out just below the peak across from Tuttle and Houghton Mountain. Straightway, we pulled onto Placer Gulch across the white-washed river rocks and continued on with tunnelvision locked on the bunker?/prison?/castle? up on the hill. My eyes shifted up Placer's Gulch. Boom. It instantly felt like Christmas. Hundreds of sheep covered the ENTIRE valley. My family haha.... Three Great Pyrenees guarded the flock ...
... you figure it out. Some brilliant entrepreneur decorated the inside with lots of GB paraphernalia. It's a great draw. First shower for Howard was cut short with a First Baptist Bible camp driving in right past him -- buck naked. Oops. No one has driven in here for the last 24 hrs, until then. Cost for the campground was $2.50 per night. We over paid: $10 for three nights. BTW we get a 50% discount with Howard's access ...
... Packer’s alleged murders and cannibalism
displayed at the location the five bodies were found. Lake City’s other site is
the Hinsdale County Courthouse where the Packer trial took place years
afterwards when he was caught after escaping. Packer is still somewhat of a
celebrity. When I was in graduate school in Boulder one of the restaurants in
the student union was named the Alferd Packer Grill.
... I can bear testimony to some of the reasons why the wise men brought Jesus frankincense.
Packing: we pack and unpack all the time, sometimes multiple times in a day. Everything is work and double and triple work out here on the road. Things don't have a proper place, needs change, stuff gets misplaced, and on and on and on. There is great difficulty in trying to stay organized and not lose stuff. Everything we are carrying has ...
... wondered about the folks who first came to this area hauling all they could on horseback or in a wagon and thought it a miracle that we can, in effect, haul our house up and over these high mountain passes and cover in a day what would have been weeks at best for them. Just before we got to the top, we saw some emergency vehicles ahead. As we pulled by them, we could see a dead dear (possibly elk??) along the side of the road with an SUV ahead of it. Looking at the front of ...