Last week we headed for the mountains of Colorado but not just any part of Colorado.
The ghost towns and pilings, all markers and reminders of their devoted efforts to build and embrace their dreams. One can only imagine all the aspirations, loves, losses and joys that were lived out on these sites before they were forced to go back down, to return to what some would call "the real world". As we climb to walk through these ruins, we recognize how each log cut and placed, every nail driven, every stone moved is a testimony to their time spent here. Our amazing overland journey covered about 150 miles in low range as we absorbed the vistas framed by wildflowers and accompanied by the chirps of our friends, scurrying through the rocks.
On this overland trip we used our new rooftop tent, The Loft 36, and several other new products that will be announced in the near future. We will also be making available miscellaneous replacement and repair parts should your gear become too familiar with a tough obstacle such as a low-hanging branch or rock out-cropping.
The Loft is for sale on our "Gear" page.
We are back home now and I will be posting more soon.