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Pike Snowden Cabin

Engineer Pass Road

(nr Lake City CO) From my camp on Henson Creek, I walked and biked up and down Engineer Pass Rd, and took photos as I was exploring. The scenes were varied and mostly beautiful. These are some of the things I saw. Across the road, a short way into the forest and up a steep […]

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Pecos River Flume, Carlsbad NM

Pecos River Flume

(Carlsbad NM) The Pecos River Flume was originally built of wood in 1890. However, it was eventually washed away in a flood, and replaced with the current concrete structure in 1903. It is still in use today (although not in the best of condition) providing water that irrigates area farms. The flow comes from the […]

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Big Spring

Big Spring

(Van Buren MO) Part of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways … Big Spring boiled up, from the base of a limestone cliff, at a rate of 286 million gallons per day. Water temperatures in the spring remains about 55-58 degrees year round. A large, clear pond formed before it flowed into the Current River not […]

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