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View Diary: DKos Tour Series: Goosenecks Of The San Juan State Park (22 comments)

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    given the look straight up at those lovely natural beauties. I used to row thru here, running trips on ye olde San Yawn, as the river is sometimes called when it's barely trickling 1,100 c.f.s., but that's what makes the trip thru this region so engaging: lots of time to drift by, like a slow-moving water bug, just ogling the scenery, taxing the old neck muscles, because the view is mostly straight up, and of course, the San Juan in this vicinity has loads of archeological ruins, and just about everyone of 'em inviting passerbys to drop by and get their heads and bodies into prehistoric history. Thanks for posting your comment. See you on tomorrow's diary, since that'll be the hike you likely never got around to taking, so you can hitch a ride on my pack as I get my head below the rim and describe the hike in detail.

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    by richholtzin on Mon Apr 22, 2013 at 10:20:50 AM PDT

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