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... Before long we could see mountains in the distance and were conscious that we were climbing. We went to a State Park first, built around a large dam, but it was very open and windy – would be good for people with RVs and boats! A word about State Parks – the Rangers leave at 4 pm so it is very hard to get information after that. In ...
... of road as we traveled from Salida to Estes Park the other day. No matter, it gave us the final opportunity to get back up to 9500 ft and to see the 14,000 ft peaks of Mt Princeton and Mt Antero one last time.
As we turned onto CO-291S, we passed again through Salida, but this time we got to see the historic downtown area before making our final turn onto US-50E. US-50E is just an awesome road from Salida to Pueblo. It took us ...
... plus 10,000 ft of elevation gain in the first two days.
I have been fighting a head wind this morning. It has made me rethink my goals for first couple days. I am going to get a room in Canon City. Then go to Salida tomorrow then Gunnison. Hopefully this will keep the fun in the trip. I hope to have lighter winds tomorrow maybe even a tail wind. All the ups and downs added up to 1703 ft of elevation gain today over about 35 miles. So much for the plains being ...
... As one of the best parts of driving cross country is that we get to visit National parks and historic sites, our itinerary included the Fort Union National Monument and Santa Fe Historic Trail. FREE ADMISSION. YEAH! RESTROOMS OUT OF ORDER DUE TO WATER LINE BREAK. NO!! (Sympathetic Park Ranger letting us use them anyway - yeah!!!!!!) Nine miles or so off the road, Fort Union was a major stop on the Santa Fe Trail, used by settlers and as a garrison in the Indian Wars. At ...
On Saturday we drove from Dodge City to Pueblo, Colorado. It was one of our longer days but we gained an hour so were there early afternoon. We stayed at the Pueblo KOA. It is outside of town in the desert. We felt like we were back where we started in Quartzsite but with hook ups. All the water used at this place is trucked in and stored in an underground tank. We relaxed for awhile and then Brian and ...