From the bloggers at Cheap RV Living.
This is going to be the last of my posts about my summer travels in 2015–it’s a good thing too because next week I start my spring travels of 2016!! I have more photos than I want to put in one post so it will be a two-part post, the second will be mostly scenery photos.
We’d been at Steamboat Springs, Colo., for about a month and really enjoyed it, but because it was at 9600 feet we could already feel a chill in the air as fall crept up on the high-country. After a summer of constant travel I had enjoyed staying in one place for so long, but even I was starting to get itchy feet, so it was time to move on. But where to?
Leadville is one of my favorite towns in Colorado because its surrounded by beautiful mountains and has everything you could reasonably need in it. I had spent a summer there (May through September) as a campground host in 2008 so I was quite familiar with the camping in the area. At 10,400 feet it’s slightly higher than our camp at Steamboat Springs but the weather forecast called for it to remain warm for the next 10 days so we decided to risk a stop-over there.
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