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Jim towed the trailer out this year with some
furniture for the cabin on it.
Camper on the lot with the jacks down and ready to
be unloaded from the truck.
Inside the cabin, the floor was covered with dead
The fly strips I hung in the windows were full of
flies. Needed a lot more fly strips.
I filled a heavy duty dustpan with the dead flies
that I swept up.
On day two I put up our lot number sign down by the
...and the railroad sign up on its post by the
I fired up the weed-eater and mowed the tall grass
down around the cabin.
The grass looks good mowed down and the small aspen
trees in the cages are
finally starting to grow out of the top of their
cages that keep the deer away.
My last day on the lot I saw a bunch of rail-runners
the corner and on down the rails towards Alamosa.
Two more rail-runners coming round the bend.
A bright yellow rail-runner coming around the bend.
These sure look like fun.
My camper parked just outside of Denver at my
brother-in-law's home where
I spent 3 weeks getting the back fixed up enough to
where I could drive myself
back down to the cabin to pack up for the trip back
home near the end of July.
Thank you Tom for providing a space to park my
camper with electric service
and for driving me into Denver to all of my doctor
I didn't get anything done that I had wanted to but
there is always next year. I
want to thank all my Colorado neighbors who helped
me unload the trailer
and pack up the truck so I could head back east. I
hope you all
enjoy your summer in Colorado.