So that's what we did. We went out there and interpreted. It was an enjoyable time among the "geological, archaeological, historical and ecological resources"
Here they are, interpretting, Chaco hamming as a knowledgeable docent.
In the meantime, recall that Wolfgang is off in the tropics with the girlfriend and family. He sent me a photo of a huge avocado because I don't like avocados. (go ahead, tell me how daft I am for not liking avocados, I bet I've heard it all before).
So back here at the Paint Mines, we got all educated while enjoying a nice day out in unique natural surroundings. We were also impressed by the vast windmill farm out there. See 'em? Must've been at least 50 humongo windmills out there. Reminded us of War of the Worlds.
It was a great day for it. A bit muddy from last week's blizzard, but I suppose that's part of the experience. I'd heard of the Paint Mines, but it's not necessarily a destination like other points in Colorado. We practically had the whole place to ourselves.