STRAIGHT ARROW: Climbing San Luis Peak, Colorado 1998

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Straight Arrow

By Gene Culver

With the archery deer season over, I start to think about our trips to the mountains of Colorado, and I would like to share a few more of our climbs with you.

In early July 1998, Bonnie and I flew back to Colorado to continue climbing the 14,000-foot mountains there. We had flown into Colorado Springs on July 3, rented a car and headed to Lake City in the central part of the state. We enjoyed a leisure day in a neat little western town, had time to get our gear sorted, went to the grocery, had a good meal, then spent the night at the Lake City Motel.

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