Yankee Boy Basin was amazing. It was easy to get to yet boasted one of the most beautiful waterfalls and some of the most beautiful flowers I’ve seen. It was very scenic and was perfect for our brother JUBE who
Day 5 we had a decision to make. Because Terry and Julie arrived a day late due to a mud slide shutting down the highway between Durango and Silverton, we weren’t going to be able to do all of the
One afternoon we walked around the Summit area where the event was being held. We saw some really amazing rigs and new things to either buy or try out. It was very cool to see all of the new stuff.
Day 4 we decided to go with Imogene Pass over to Telluride, CO and then take Ophir Pass back to camp. It was a good round trip. The 26 mile Imogene Pass took us almost 9 hours. One of the
Day 3 I took Arkansas Terry, Julie, Dogpack (and his wife and daughter) back to Animas Forks, California Gulch and Pass but then we decided to do something with a little higher level – Corkscrew Gulch. It was a windy,
Day 2 of FJ Summit was an amazing one. Jube, Mrs. Jerrie and myself headed to Silverton from our camp at Ironton Park. After fueling up (at $3.65 a gallon) we headed up to Animas Forks. From Animas Forks Ghost
Day 1 was filled with great joy and wonder. It has been several years since I have traveled out west specifically to the state of Colorado in the summer. I had been in Ohio for the past several days and
Once you make your way to Animas Forks Ghost town and take a look around at all of the abandoned buildings and mines, you have your choice of several different directions you can take. We decided to head east back