We had an adventurous weekend west of Berthoud. Besides beautiful weather, good food and great camaraderie, we enjoyed visits from wildlife of many kinds. Our resident dogs are always a treat, even if cleaning up after them is not.
Everyone loves dogs; this visitor would love a dog!
We were entertained by a pair of young deer learning to scale the steep bank on the other side of the Little Thompson River. We were also aware of a large rattlesnake and a bull snake nearby. They were never close, but we kept an eagle eye out for them.
We had several fantastic meals (thank you Julie). A potential member stopped by for a tour to see the variety of coaches and modifications. We hope he finds one to purchase soon.
Saturday’s highlight was a lesson by Bruce; he taught everyone how to disassemble the power steering head. He also demonstrated how important it is to keep track of all those little bits as you are working!