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The Denver & Rio Grande Railway arrived in Durango on August 5th 1881, by July of 1882 the tracks to Silverton were completed. The line was constructed to haul silver and gold out of the San Juan mountains, but passengers began to realize that it was actually the view that was priceless. This historic railroad has been in continuous operation for 126 years carrying passengers in vintage passenger cars behind vintage steam locomotives. This train runs year around between Durango and Silverton, you have (7 comments)
Pueblo Zoo & Birthday Parties - 05/16/07 09:51 AM
It's Birthday party time at our house again. When my older kids were little, I did a couple of birthday parties here at home, then I had a huge mess to clean up, that's when we decided we would start having thier parties somewhere else. So over the last 18 years we've had parties at the Pizza places, skating rink, bowling alleys etc. This year my baby turns 9. She has said she wanted to be a vetrinarian since she was 3. I went online and was checking into places for a party and came across the Pueblo Zoo. I would've (2 comments)
Wild West-Leadville Colorado - 05/10/07 11:25 AM
Leadville Colorado personifies the wild wild west! It is the highest incorporated city in the continental U.S. It was originally called "Cloud City". It's easy to imagine yourself in another time as you walk down the streets of Leadville. It's an area so steeped in history that you can almost feel the ghosts of the past walking beside you. If you watch alongside the road to Leadville from Buena Vista, you can still see the old stagecoach road. Just off to the side of the old stagecoach road there is a grave marker. In 1879 gold was shipped via stagecoach between (3 comments)
Tin Cup Colorado - 05/09/07 06:19 PM
Tin Cup is located in Gunnison County at the foot of Cumberland Pass. It's not actually a ghost town anymore as it does have a few summer homes. Tin Cup came about in 1861 when Jim Taylor and his 2 buddies stopped at the creek to get a drink and one of them saw gold in the bottom of his cup. In the 1870's there were strikes of high grade Gold and Silver in such mines as the Gold Cup and Jimmy Mack among other mines. That started the gold rush to this area. Originally the town was named Virginia City (5 comments)
Historic Colorado. - 05/07/07 11:26 AM
As i've said in the past, we love exploring our state! There's so much to do! Today I'm writing about another love of mine. 4-wheeling up to old ghost towns and exploring all along the way. When my husband and I were planning our wedding/honeymoon, we'd discussed going to Australia for 3 1/2 weeks for our honeymoon. We paid the required 1/2 down at the travel agent for the airfare and were beginning to plan our trip. About a month after that, I suggested that maybe we should stay here and explore our own backyard! Our wedding was on Sept 16th and (6 comments)
For Motorcycle Enthusists Everywhere. - 05/07/07 12:14 AM
This has been passed around now for years, each time someone embellishes it with another truism. Four wheels move the body. Two wheels move the soul. Most motorcycle problems are caused by the nut that connects the handlebars to the saddle. Life may begin at 30, but it doesn't get real interesting until about 60 mph! You start the game of life with a full pot o' luck and an empty pot o' experience...The object is to fill the pot of experience before you empty the pot of luck. If you wait, all that happens is that you get older. Midnight bugs taste just as (4 comments)
A true Colorado Adventure! - 05/01/07 10:37 AM
When our youngest was just a baby, my husband took me for a surprise weekend get away. I had no clue where we were going, he headed up into the mountains and when we finally turned into a driveway, I had the most incredible veiw! Mountains covered in Ponderosa Pine and Aspen, and in a valley, an old ranch house surrounded with the typical ranch buildings. It was like stepping back into time. I loved it. We were at the MLazyC Ranch. This ranch was built in the early 1900's by the Thatcher family, you may have read an earlier blog (4 comments)
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