I’m Rich! – Colorado Silver and Gold

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  1. Jim and Barb says:

    We love visiting areas like that and imagining what life was like. How did they even get those wagons up the mountain? I also imagine what I would have done for a living if I was born in that era. Rancher I think….Barb, she would have probably run a brothel! (I better hope she does not see this comment!)

  2. Pam (and Red too) says:

    Love The Restless RamusYoungs! Maybe some day the Beers will be added….Oh, what great fun that would be. Be blessed my friends.

  3. Here you go… painting another beautiful picture for us with your words and photos!!! Thanks so much for sharing this marvelous journey!! You look like you could just reach up and swirl the clouds with your hand in that last picture. Yes, you look like you are in your element:o)))

  4. Mike says:

    Well said! Thank you for sharing in such a descriptive way!
    Can you tell me the name of the lake in the banner (same as the second to last picture)?
    Thank you!

    • I’m not sure of the name of that lake Mike. It was looking down from the California Pass on the Alpine Loop 4×4 Trail. What an amazing trail and great way to see high elevation Colorado up close and personal. We rented a jeep that day.

  5. DebbieM says:

    It really is a special part of Colorado. I could spend many months there every year and still find new treasures, new trails and new experiences. Beautifully put. And to think what a shame that many have/will never see these jewels of Colorado.

    • You are so right Debbie. There are endless Jewels to be found in Colorado. We really need to give thanks to you and Steve for sharing your adventures here last year. Your stories really helped pave the way for us to open up and let Colorado find us.

  6. Cori says:

    You have a way with words my friend!! Glad we got to experience part of the gold rush with you!!!

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