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The two RV Gypsies travelled in their RV
from Great Sand Dunes National Park
to Mesa Verde, Colorado.

Driving through the City of Del Norte in Rio Grande County, Colorado, the two RV Gypsies liked the decorations on each light pole. Below are photos of just a few of them, plus more great stuff.

Historic Mancos sign on light pole in Colorado
red bear on light pole in Colorado
green fisherman on light pole in Colorado

Lee is not sure why Karen keeps photographing tunnels they drive through, but she does. Maybe it's the challenge of getting photos to take inside the dark tunnels and the different color effects. This tunnel is in the city of Creede in Mineral County, Colorado.

the two RV Gypsies about to drive through a tunnel
getting closer to the tunnel
the two RV Gypsies in a tunnel in Colorado
the two RV Gypsies in a tunnel in Colorado
the two RV Gypsies in a tunnel in Colorado
exiting the tunnel

Surprise: one more tunnel

another tunnel
in the tunnel

The ever-changing scenery in The City of Arboles in the County of Archuleta, Colorado

beautiful scenery, tall, skinny trees, curvy road
curvy road in Colorado
curvy road and a steep emergency stopping area
cliff side
curvy road, trees, mountains
curvy road, trees, mountains
curvy road, mountain

The below mountain is called Chimney Rock - One photo was taken approaching Chimney Rock, and one photo was taken just as the two RV Gypsies drove past Chimney Rock. Chimney Rock took on a totally different shape from one photo to the next. (Photos were taken through the front windshield of the RV and the window tinting had the nerve to get in the second photo).

Chimney Rock as seen approaching it
Chimney Rock as the two RV Gypsies drive by it
look below

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