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... Robert did this part of the tour – the view was breathtaking and he had no breath for it! A vigorous hike at 8,000 feet is not for the feint of heart! As I am not comfortable with heights (and the path wove along a ridge no more than 12 ft wide in spots), I opted to tour the lower area instead. I learned these people were basket weavers to begin with and used ...
... treed gorges, and even a tunnel. 2 We then came through the breathtaking Wolf Creek Pass – here are some pictures from the scenic lookout partway down the other side! We are at 10,850 ft at the height of this pass and this truly was the Divide! We could smell our brakes by the time we reached the lookout. Luckily Robert remembered there was ...
... left a small belonging and so I must too. I took off my yellow beaded forever 21 bracelet and placed it on the jar. Yellow has always symbolized sunshine for me and that is exactly what mom was in my life…the brightest light I have ever known! I looked at the picture of mom in the hills and asked Fran where it was most likely taken. She pointed to the mountain behind me. AH-HA!!
We make our way back down the hill ...
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... several mountain passes, descending through 2 valleys that seemingly don't belong within the mountains, and following the San Juan and Rio Grande rivers along the way. This provided a number of picture taking opportunities as the foliage is still a nice yellow color, though leaves are falling rapidly. We took some good shots of the Collegiate Peaks, San Juan River, and other mountain rivers and ponds.
On the Eastern side of the San ...