Super 8 Craig
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We got a late start this morning. We didn't leave until 9:30. It was only 57 degrees and rainy.
We drove east on Hwy 40 and immediately noticed that there were lots and lots of tankers heading in both directions on the highway. We tried to figure out what they were hauling but weren’t able to identify anything. We found out that the area is a very active oil and gas mining area and that the tankers were either hauling water to the ...
... in its past. We have a long pull through site and I decide to wash off the road dust. To my joy and excitement the water is of great quality and after washing, there is no major streaking. Now coach and car are looking great.
As it is Saturday, we check out a few football games and this was not a great day for Michigan teams. Just a shout out to Al to see how his Saturday went in the chair by the side of the road?
More tomorrow. . .
... were weight limitations. So I was curious why a tractor would try to cross it. Here is an edited newspaper report.
A worker's confusion may have irreparably damaged the Swinging Bridge, a historic feature of Browns Park. Early Wednesday, June 25, employees of the Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge found a tractor partly fallen through the deck of the wooden structure. Apparently a ranch hand misunderstood which bridge to cross. ...
Crossed the state line in to Colorado, we really enjoyed Colorado when we were here last year, but one of the roads in the Rocky Mountains National Park that we wanted to do was still closed last year so the plan was to do it this trip. Alas, it is closed again this year, with the magical opening date of Memorial Day weekend. When we worked it out we were only a week earlier last year so it shouldn't have been a surprise that it was still closed. Last trip we ...
... very nice, newer SP, but the wind was terrible. By early evening it was so windy and dusty (and then you add in the smoke from the fires in NM and Montrose), and by early evening we could not see the sun.
We saw some beautiful scenery on our drive. Mt. Elbert, the highest peak in Colorado, was still partially covered in snow. The views from ...