Is this the "black canyon of the Gunnison"? I was there once, wanted to go down but was told it is a real boulder scramble of a trail and we didn't really have the time either. Could see a couple sun bathing on a sandbar at the river, tiny tiny little people.
I saw these buffalo last year on my drive to Dinosaur NM. Great pic!
It is just that YF. I wasn't there very long. And from the window Fg.
Sad, isn't it?!!! Our National Parks are taking a hit, but then, they always get the back seat. Love National Parks! All of them... Great header, by the way
You made it to Montrose! What did you think of the Canyon...long way down isn't it? Did you find a place to live? Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
Why can't "the people" complain about this too.
It's a shame.A lousy hundred bucks would print up several boxes of them.Can't have that though, they are trying to cut back, haven't you heard?HA HA Ha Ha Hahahahaha.Fucking assholes.
Nice to hear from you again. Last time I tried to read your blog it didn't come up and I thought you'd shut it down. Have to put you back on my favorites. Let me have an e-mail and I'll send you a rough draft of my latest novel, if you don't mind giving me some input on it.Good friend of mine was down here, but had to go back home to Gunnison. Trying to get her moved down here, but she's stuck in the place she's in for now.
The new buffalo pic header is a beaut. Could be America in 1820.
I often wonder Tony what animal population numbers were like then. It must have been something to see rivaling possibly the plains of East Africa. Thanks!
wow that is a nice view out there.just an amazing sight to look at.