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The high point on the left is Serviceberry Mountain and Bakers Peak and Little Emerson Peak can be seen through the trees.
The text below represent another post from Outta the Cornfield that was titled "Two Singles and a Triple" which will help you understand what you're reading. All the pictures were taken today but wanted to put more here at the picture place.
Probably not what you're thinking but seriously this was a first on a cruise around the back country and briefly touching Wyoming today.
I came across this second but what we're talking about is the outhouse just to the left of this building.
You see these conveniences quite a bit and actually this one below is unique to me as well. On each side the is a single seater. Pretty dismal inside. What's different is the middle. Separate from the crappers themselves. I think that may have been where clothes were washed something like that.
First had seen this in the distance and drove the two miles or so out to it and at one time there was a lot going on and probably cattle maybe sheep. The outhouse is the building on the right. The main living quarters was the building in the middle.
Looking through the front door of the house. Not a whole hell of a lot out here and a long way from anywhere.
Here she is the triple of the day and truthfully I've never seen one. See a lot of doubles but never this. You better be friends with who you're sitting next to in one of these things that's for damn sure.
I don't have a picture at least one that I can find of the two story crapper on what used to be the stage coach stop between Buena Vista and Aspen I believe. It's called Innisbrook with a two story hotel. Went out in an enclosed walkway. It's on the Colorado Trail which I worked on over a weekend a long time ago and need to go back and see this again. It's on the south side of Twin Lakes. If I remember correctly seating capacity with that baby was a dozen or so.
It was a beautiful fall day.
The rest of these pictures reflect fall colors and landscapes of Northwest Colorado.