Day two of our trip home took us by the Four Corners Monument. We weren't there very long, but did take a couple pictures which are below. Then we started the trip on north through the Colorado mountains intending to end up in Rifle Colorado. However, even with the crooked roads and the up and down the mountains, we made good time and made it to Craig Colorado which is the last town of any size before we get into Wyoming. We will get an early start tomorrow and hope to get to Hot Springs South Dakota. That may not happen because of the blizzard in South Dakota. Have to see what the weather looks like in the morning. We may just make a late start and stop at Cheyenne Wyoming. Below are the pictures including some scenery shots that Pat took in the mountains.
This is a plaque at the Four Corners monument that tells all about it I think. It is very hard to read and was there standing in front of it also.
Pat standing where the Four Corners meet.
Patrick standing where the Four Corners meet. Much better expression today.
Several nice mountains
Now that's a cliff.
Mountains with snow slides
This is one of the very tame turns. We had several "S" turns that you could only go 10 mph through and also several double "S" turns which we had to go through just as slow.
The road continues on down the mountain valley. Lots of snow up in the mountains.
That was today's trip. Weather permitting, we will get to South Dakota tomorrow.