|*Arizona Cowdogs come in a Variety of styles*|
Take a closer look behind that horse in the center...
Ya'll better have some slow cows... if you're gonna herd 'em with a Dachshund! Must be pretty embarrassing when you have to stop the herd to wait for the dog to catch up! :)
Lot's to get done today. Need to finish up this leather and then get the rig cleaned up, packed up and hitched up ready to park in the storage yard tomorrow morning...
Hmmm... might not be a bad idea to run on in today and make sure I've still got a spot there huh?
Then... tomorrow noon or so I'll start rolling north and into Utah... headed for the front range.
A fella has three options from here; 1. Go across I-40 to the Duke city and north on I-25 over Raton Pass. 2. Cut up across the Res through Cortez, over through Pagosa Springs and climb Wolf Creek Pass or 3. Up through Utah to catch I-70 and across through Grand Junction and over the passes west of Denver.
2 is the shortest, 1 is the longest way and 3, through Utah is the midlength trip. About a hundred miles from shortest to longest... and with a rig that sails about 13 hours if you keep it legal. I used to could do the run in less than 12 hours. ;)
This one, counting maybe a catnap somewhere is likely gonna be more like 16.
I'll have to make a decision at Flagstaff... and then another just north of there if I choose against I-40 and Raton...
This camp is not so picturesque in the daylight. Nothing really to set it apart... at sunrise and sunset is when it seems to come alive... and kinda stand apart.
Daylight is burning and a lazy puncher has a lot to get done on weak ambition... so I better get after it.
Gettin' Ready to Roll