Rodeway Inn and Suites
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... they have some on display in the visitor's center and that's as close as you can get. Still interesting, though.
As a final treat, Tim spotted a black squirrel while I was still lingering in the visitor's center chatting with the ranger. He came back in to tell me, and the ranger said it was an Abert's Squirrel, a species we have heard of in many places but have never seen. I was sure it would be ...
... We decided to grab a spot with a drink at the Balcony Bar and Grill so that we could watch the 5.15pm steam train coming back in from Silverton. I think Lara may have placed too much emphasis on a Thomas the Tank Engine comparison because as the train came in to the station, Cameron proclaimed with a dismissive air "well, that was disappointing".
It was another sizeable journey down from Durango, Colorado down to Taos, New Mexico. The sky, oh my word, the sky - ...
... I got all of that taken care of, the next big thing is packing. It's really hard to know what on earth to pack, since I'll be in Chile during their winter, and they don't have central heating in any of their buildings. Those of you who know me well, know that I am always cold, so I'm bringing a lot of warm clothes. Expected temperatures are usually in the 50's, with lots of rain, and ...
... sky on the way down as a rainstorm across the valley was seen off in the distance. Beautiful. A nice way to end the last day. Then we had dinner at Red Robin. I know…but we don’t have one in Florida and I miss them. And there is nothing really traditional Colorado around here unless you want to dress up…which I did not. We had packing to do and were tired. Tomorrow it is a drive back to Denver to fly out. Bummer. But all things must end so others can begin I suppose. ...
After our picnic in the Black Canyon, we headed out of the park and on our way to Colorado Springs. We decided to zig zag across the southern park of Colorado, and now making our way back east again. Our journey across took us back over the continental divide at Monarch Pass, 11,312 ft, very neat. This was the highest mountain we had crossed over, and stopped to take a picture. It was also super windy and cold! We continued on our way and came to a cute little town, Salida, where we saw ...