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Edward Paddlehands?

Posted by Jody on July 13, 2012

One very fine morning, Greg and I were driving the back roads from Albuquerque, New Mexico to Salt Lake City, Utah.  We came across this nice riverside recreation area, way out in The Middle of Nowhere, Colorado. The early morning sun was low in the sky and the air was fresh and clean.  It was such a wonderful find, we just knew we had to share it! Apparently kayakers already know this little beachy spot well.

Here is a quick look at the Bradfield Recreation Site in Dolores, Colorado, and the sign that made us smile.

On the Dolores River, Colorado

Bradfield Recreation Site

“Edward Paddlehands!”

Dolores River, Colorado

Dolores River, Colorado

Have a beautiful weekend! Which beach are you going to hit?

5 Responses to “Edward Paddlehands?”

  1. Beach Chair Scientist said

    Love it! Must send to my ma whose name is Dolores.

  2. Gunta said

    Much depends on how much wind there is…. somewhere near Bandon.

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