Blackjack's Saloon & Inn
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... in round huts possibly?!? We bought a tarpaulin to reinforce the tent. There was a little rain last night, but not enough to test our new system. Felt dizzy and light headed last night - wondering if it's the altitude? Need to look it up! We are heading to Durango, then Denver/Boulder though the Rocky Mountains via the scenic route, advice from Bess the lady from the hardware store from Clayton. We'll head north and find a camp site nearby - there are many on the ...
... up using the hotel deck, which was more than fine. We walked to Walmart for a couple of things, including beer, and then enjoyed the pool and hot tub for awhile. We took a couple of beers out to the lawn to watch the sunset (not much because it was cloudy but the air was great, so being outside was a pleasure) and then Charlie found fireworks for us on TV. The best day yet!
Very excited to chase some storms in Colorado, they get some great storm structures here. We stayed in the South east and found a great shelf cloud and super cell, it all turned rained wrapped after that but a great chase all the same! Tornado warnings above us east of Denver and South of us into New Mexico, hoping for more storm activity this week so fingers ...
... grill and get some brats going. Kristine comes outside, and she says, " I think we are at the Bates RV Park"....and I think shes right. We almost opted for staying in the Walmart parking lot (very common I have come to find out!).
Well, we made it through the night, but we decided that our own shower and bathroom are much cleaner than theirs (and definitely no knives).
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... it only exists in the photos and stories of those that worked and lived there.
I am collecting her stories through weekly interviews which I am also recording. Through her recollections and stories I hope to document her life in a way that will be meaningful and interesting to future generations. I also think it will be interesting to shine a little light on the lost community of Delagua.
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