It was a great day for a ride in the woods!!
We went to Slaughterhouse Gulch with a fellow Land Cruiser buddy and rode the 11.5 mile loop. It was a fun trail, with a few obstacles and great scenery. Even Furry B had a good time and made a new friend. After the 4×4 trail, we went and explored the Tarryall Creek wildlife area on the way to the Hayman Burn area. Tarryall Creek was a beautiful valley with a meandering river and lots of old ranch structures/cabins. The Hayman Burn area was a wildfire that started in June 2002. It was the largest wildfire in Colorado history. The area is still recovering and it almost looks like another planet. Even 9 years later, the ground and trees are still charred and the landscape is much different than the rest of the state.
Here is a page about restoration efforts: