On the Way To Leadville
This bridge is on Battle Mtn. Pass, named for an epic battle between the Utes and Arapahoe in the mid 1800s.Red Cliff Bridge and from the other side RC Bridge
This is an ore cart outside the Matchless Mine in Leadville, Co. Horace and Baby Doe Tabor made their fortune mining silver here.Silver
Salem Where I Met TravLin....
We met at the House Of Seven Gables. It was a neat place. Even with the haunting we had... After we left there we took the trolly ride to learn more about the town. Then we went to the memorial for the witch trials. It was very interesting. Here are some of the people who were killed last statements: "To my dying...."
This is the park that is the memorial. Each one of the stone benches has the persons name, how they were killed and the date. It was very interesting. And contrary to popular belief non were burned at the stake. Most were hung. Then we went into the cemetary next to the memorial. None of the so called witches are there. The bodies were disgarded after hanging for days and thrown into the woods. For the animals to take care of. In the cemetary there was even a person who came over on the Mayflower. It was very interesting. These are just some things that caught my eye: Into the streets & Down an alley. If you ever have a chance to go there it is a great place to see. And if you get a chance to meet up with someone from Photographica do it! TravLin is a super person and I'm sure I will see her again! Thanks for the great day TravLin!!
Roaring Fork auto tour
A little fact about the Alfred Reagan Place. The Reagans used "All three colors that Sears and Roebuck had" to paint their house.