Tuesday, July 26, 2016


On my way down the eastern slope of the Rockies I stopped in the small mountain town of Georgetown, Colorado.  It is nestled in a valley next to a rushing creek and the historical downtown area is very picturesque.   The streets are filled with shops and cafes.  If you stop in Georgetown please visit the hydraulic electric plant located at the end of the street.  The working plant is open as a living museum and a complete history of electrical production in the area is on display.   Quite informative.  I'm glad I stopped by.  Enjoy your time in Georgetown.

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