Smith Fork Ranch
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... and the company was fun. The highlight of the evening was Matt wiggling in his restaurant chair, more like in a weird mini-convulsion, and he ended up on the floor, whacking his hip and the corner of his eyebrow looking like he’d gone a round with a boxer. The only problem was that when things like this happen the folks around us act a lot more concerned than we do. I picked him up and a concerned onlooker came over to ...
... from behind. It was the 19 year old British solo cyclist, Kirsty, I heard about from someone on my second day of riding. She offered me a spot at her camp to save money. She was now traveling with a guy named Chris, a biochemistry professor in his late 50's. They had met a couple weeks prior and stuck together. I think he has taken the father role with her, because he cooks for her and carries most of her weight on his ...
... to the falls. The gravel road went up the mountains across the valley from the dunes. As we ascended we saw more and more blue birds. When we stopped to ID them, they were pinyon jays which made sense since most of the trees were pinyon pines. The road went up the mountain for about 3 miles and ended at the picnic area and trailhead to Zapata Falls and Lake Zapata. The view of the dunes from the parking lot was really good. The trail ...
... day, heh.
We walked along the river at the bottom of the canyon. Every car that came down . . . You could smell the rubber from the tires real good. From the video we saw, the Gunnison sounded like it was suppose to be very loud, a deafening roar. It was not in the area we walked. We did see some bones of an animal stripped clean. Poor fellow.
... table. "Whatcha workin on?" A grad student in Fort Collins, she is living in Hotchkiss for the summer, working on her thesis, a non-fiction piece. As soon as she said one of the elements was "home", we had ourselves a conversation.
We spoke of home and journeys, ego and self-definition, of loneliness and tribes. She said that is seems kind of shallow, for lack of a better word, that nowadays people leave where they were raised, ...