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We made it to Colorado! Yeehaw! This is the mental and probably pretty darn close to the physical half of our trip. It should be all down hill from here, right? Well, maybe not, but heck, we are on our way to warm weather in the South.
We had an awesome stay in Walden Colorado. Lucas Glick, like Lucas Reitmann, treated us like queens! Both stellar gentlemen took us on adventures to waterfalls, lakes, forests ...
... 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 ...
... br> We saw where we are going to be rafting and saw a lot of rafts and kayakers on the river. There are remnants of mining and we hope that our rafting guide will know the history of the area. While we were there, a train tour passed by right along the river. The dogs enjoyed the romp in the wilderness too.
We started our Ĺ day raft trip through the Royal Gorge at about 1:00. We had to wear helmets ...
... 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 ...
I read about Westcliffe in "American Cowboy" magazine. The article said it was one of the best small cowboy towns. It is located in the Wet Valley bordered by the Sangre de Cristo mountain on the west and the Wet Mountains on the east. I had heard of it before, as my friends Gwen and Richard had chosen to build and retire in the area. The valley is probably one of the prettiest I have seen.
During my seven days, ...