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GPT – Photo of the Week

Pawnee Buttes, eastern Colorado. It’s fun to get up close and do some exploring around the chalky flanks.   Advertisements

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GPT -Photo of the Week

One of the many ruins found all throughout the Great Plains. I try not to celebrate these ruins because they represent someone’s misfortune, but they are beautiful and fascinating in many ways. Oh the stories they could tell . . … Continue reading

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Gallery – Eastern Colorado

The GPTA is pleased to announce our June Photo Gallery which features the delights of eastern Colorado.  It goes without saying that the common perception of Colorado involves snow capped mountains, but lying to the east of the Front Range … Continue reading

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Run to the Hills

The next tribe along the Great Plains Trail is the Arapaho. One hundred forty-seven years ago (1864) in what is now Eastern Colorado a group of Arapaho as well as Cheyenne Indians were camped along Sand Creek.  One of their … Continue reading

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