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History of the East Fork: moving over the mountains

History of the East Fork: moving over the mountains

We continue with the history of the East Fork of the San Juan River. By 1879, the Army had allotted money and was building a wagon road via the East…

The continued history of the East Fork

Today’s column continues with the history of the East Fork of the San Juan River. While dictating his memoirs many years later, pioneer Welch Nossaman recalled traveling from Summit to…

The continued history of the East Fork

The continued history of the East Fork

Today’s column continues with the history of the East Fork of the San Juan River. While dictating his memoirs many years later, pioneer Welch Nossaman recalled traveling from Summit to…

Early history of the East Fork

We’re talking about the early history of the East Fork of the San Juan River for a couple of reasons. First, the activities associated with mining in that locale during…

Early history of the East Fork

Early history of the East Fork

We’re talking about the early history of the East Fork of the San Juan River for a couple of reasons. First, the activities associated with mining in that locale during…

Platoro and thinking like a rabbit

A third branch of this road taking off at the top of Elwood Pass heads to Platoro, which is an old mining town with Platoro Lake right above it. A…

Platoro and thinking like a rabbit

Platoro and thinking like a rabbit

A third branch of this road taking off at the top of Elwood Pass heads to Platoro, which is an old mining town with Platoro Lake right above it. A…

A back road trip to Summitville

A back road trip to Summitville

Lots of folks like to drive back roads in Pagosa Country looking at the scenery and hoping for a glimpse of deer, elk, maybe a bear or a mountain lion,…

Old Joe Mann: Doing what he had to do

Old Joe Mann was one of the first settlers to enter Pagosa Country. I don’t know when he came to Pagosa Country, but it might have been earlier than 1870.…

Old Joe Mann: Doing what he had to do

Old Joe Mann: Doing what he had to do

Old Joe Mann was one of the first settlers to enter Pagosa Country. I don’t know when he came to Pagosa Country, but it might have been earlier than 1870.…