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... one of the very difficult trails, Moore Fun. I am not certain I would even try to walk that trail. I know for a fact I would not ride that trail. I will leave that to my friends Jesus and Charlie from Madrid.
Both parking lots are at roughly 4,000 feet elevation. Most of Rustler's Loop is on top of a mesa which rises to nearly 4,600 feet. That meant the first part of the trail went straight up. Luckily that part was a one-lane dirt ...
... hike was only 1 mile. Since we were hiking my Dad gave us a cherry powder to put in our drinks that made my lips so red! We saw a really pretty canyon when we got to the bottom, but it wasn't prettier than the Grand Canyon. Also we saw a smoke that was coming from a fire from one of the many fires that are currently burning in Colorado. One fire has already burned 200 houses in Colorado Springs. I feel really bad ...
... She learned how to ride in it today. Before she was as little as she could be under the passenger's seat. There is a carrier for her to get her into the motels without the difficulty of the leash. Yes, Haley will walk on a leash, but I don't trust it, especially if a garbage truck goes by.
Isn't Kathy's sunrise picture a keeper? I did the silver ...
... that seemed to be the limit of her conversation and I gave up.
There was also a dining car and realised I should have eaten my lunch there rather than taking it with me. You never know I might have met some interesting people. Three guys in the seats across the aisle from me were discussing the GFC, unemployment and the state of the economy and morals of the US - actually they went through a lot of topics and I think it was to drown out the whining of Dylan and his mother.