Waunita Hot Springs Ranch
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Woke early am due to thunder and lightning. Had biscuits and gravy. Essentially scones and a roux sauce with u identified bits in. Apparently sausage I think but tasted like mushroom. Salty. Actually not too bad. Strong head wind for nearly 40 miles. Draining. Kettie and friend join Kettie friends wife did our laundry. Amazing! Black canyon Bear Ice cream- they make it for ...
Today is a chore day. Sheila and I did chores and got the coach ready for our next trip which is to Cortez, CO. Attached are a couple of pictures of the Blue Mesa Recreational Ranch (the campground) and the Blue Mesa Reservoir.
Chuck and Sheila ...
The storms continue here in southwestern Colorado. The Blue Mesa Lake is full, the rivers are high, and flash flood warnings are in effect. In fact, the folks of Gunnison are concerned that this weekend's kayak competition may need to be postponed because the white water is to dangerous.
It was a good day to ...
... the world”, you’ll find out that actually Canada or Ecuador
(or several other places) are named. The activities you can do from town are
endless. You can hike, bike, rock climb, soak, paddle and probably a bunch of
other things too. The town’s old Main Street is lined with cute shops and
restaurants. We found a whiskey brewery called Deerhammer that had an outdoor
area where we could sit with the dogs. The only ...
... cliff tops. To get water the residents had to climb down to springs. Their farms were on the top if the cliff. The houses were very secure, built into the shady crevices of the cliffs like fortresses. There is evidence that they used to live above the cliffs in pithouses. These are large circular holes about three feet deep. These holes were covered with poles and adobe. They mysteriously moved to the cliff walls in the 12th century, perhaps in response to the invasion ...