When last I wrote Kay and I had left Yellowstone and were headed in the direction of Grand Junction to visit for a while with Emily and our friends Carl and Sandy. Well, made it we did. After leaving Yellowstone we went Buffalo Bill State Park outside of Cody, and then on to Boysen State Park south of Thermopolis, WY., and stayed there for a couple of days tucked away inside the Wind River Canyon at the park’s campground.
After leaving Boysen we drove south to Craig, CO via Riverton, Rawlins, and Baggs, WY. We overnighted in Craig and continued on to Rabbit Valley outside of Grand Junction on Monday the 6th.
We camped at Rabbit Valley until this past Friday, and then went to stay with Sandy and Carl while we have some work done on our trailer.
Emily looks good and is doing well… which is always good news.
The weather has been warm here in the Grand Junction area. It is hard to believe Columbus Day is tomorrow. Yesterday we took a ride to the north up over Douglas Pass with our hosts to look for Fall colors, and actually found some!
While we were in that neck of the woods we also stopped to look at some Fremont Style Pictographs that Sandy wanted to see:
The figure in the center of this panel is alleged to be Kokopelli, the humpbacked flute player. The figure to the right on the panel is, without question, a DALEK…..