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Georgia Pass

We accessed Georgia Pass in relation to the Marshall and Amanda Felch Story related to their access into the Breckenridge area.  We now know that Marshall worked as a freighter in the 1866-1872 time period accessing mining camps in the southern mountains including the...

Webster Pass

Webster pass connects the Montezuma area to South Park.  It starts near the headwaters of the Snake River crossing the mountains and then proceeding south into the northern part of South Park.  When you reach the summit from the north you proceed down Handcart Gulch...

Argentine Pass

The eastern side of Argentine Pass was accessed on July 8, 2015 by Dan, Chris, and JoAnn Grenard.  The western side was accessed on July 9, 2015.  The east side of the pass is accessible by four wheel drive vehicles and the west side which is nicely accessible to a...

Crossroads Through Time

CROSSROADS THROUGH TIME – Master Plan Pueblo Community College – Fremont Campus The Crossroads Through Time (CTT) project is designed to provide an educational experience that will encourage understanding and appreciation for the Fremont County region’s...

Ashfall Fossil Beds – Nebraska State Park

On May 29, 2013 JoAnn and I had an opportunity to visit Ashfall Fossil Beds.  It had been particularly rainy that spring and rolling hills in the area were green.   Chris and I visited again on March 20, 2015 and flew the drone “leaf” over Ashfall. This...

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