Thursday, June 28, 2007

I was a bit surprised when I drove past the Comanche Drive-In of Buena Vista. You don't see those much anymore. At least those still in operation. Like I said yesterday, it is such a privilege and great pleasure to stand looking at the world from the top. One cemetery today -- the Tin Cup Cemetery in Tin Cup, Colorado. Very strange place in that they have divided it into "knolls" depending on faith and evidently non faith. I have shown you only the Jewish Knoll, but there are knolls for the Catholics, Protestant, and Boot Hill for the non-belivers. These are literally large raised mounds and people are buried in them. Never saw that before. The ATV seems to be the preferred transport to explore the high mountain roads these days. These folks were from Fort Smith, Arkansas, exploring Cumberland Pass.

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