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... were inspirational in the adventures they had been on and the ambition with which they pursue new challenges. I very much enjoyed hearing their stories and looking out their window at the incredible view of the snow-capped Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
Now I'm heading south and east for a few more days and I am excited to reunite with my partner, Powerstroke, in Austin, TX.
... later we learned that exhibits included the hangman’s noose used in the last Colorado execution and an actual gas chamber. Grim.
The maximum security prison outside of the city has had its share of celebrity felons including Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh, the Unabomber Ted Kaczynski, and others.
The following day, we continued following in the footsteps of frontier settlers and early cattle ranchers. The Frontier Pathways took ...
... out of the raft. Fortunately, the guide and John pulled me right back in the raft, but I ended up lying in the bottom of the raft while the rest of the people paddled us through a very difficult rapid. I was sorry I missed it, yet the dunk in the water was fun. The photographer for the rafting company was at the rapid and the pictures he took of us are really funny. Notice the feet sticking out of the raft! ...
... br> We took a ride to a couple of areas where we could see the gorge and the bridge. This is beautiful country. We went to the rafting company and reserved our trip for tomorrow and then we rode into CanÚn City. We went to the old historical area of town and walked around the town. I felt like we had been transported to the 50’s. It is an old Main Street with a ton of small businesses. There were a few bars and restaurants, a ...
... and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The owners Mark and Sandy live on the property and are always making sure things are well maintained. They have owned the park for about five years. Prior to that, they owned the grocery store in Telluride and then were missionaries in the Yucatan for seven years.
"American Cowboy" was right.
I plan to return to Westcliffe in the next few years and stay much longer.