June 18, 2010.
Temps were cool overnight and we slept in till after 8;00. We left some windows open and the temps inside the rig when we got up were in the upper 50's. Nice sleeping weather! The sun was shining brightly and we soon warmed up to a more moderate 70's.
We decided it was a good morning to wash the layers of dust off the windows on our rig. So using just water and a collapsible handled squeegee, I washed the outside windows and then dried them with a towel placed over the squeegee. Joyce worked hard on cleaning the inside windows.
Around noon, we decided to load up in the car and go into the town of Buena Vista, Colorado, just a couple miles down the highway from us. We had a late lunch and then walked around the town, concentrating on the more interesting historic part of town.
Straight off the Chamber of Commerce website:
Buena Vista is considered by many the capital of whitewater rafting for the United States. The area is also popular for snowmobiling, cross country skiing, mountain biking, backpacking, animal watching, and just about any other outdoor activity that comes to mind.
The economy and population are steady and healthy. The beautiful scenery, tree-lined streets, year-round mild climate, clean air, and clear sparkling water are just some of the things that make Buena Vista a truly great place to live, work, or visit.