Green River and Browns Park

Green River Psychic ReBoot

Golden glowing
majestic meandering
green water gleaming
enriches the soil
nourishes the senses
broadens the land
focuses and quiets the mind.

Above 2 images courtesy of
Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Last weekend we visited Browns Park in northwest Colorado, one of the most remote places in the state, and possibly in the U.S. as well.  Browns Park is located on the Green River, a sublime and mind-bending body of water.  Wolves have re-introduced themselves there: here’s some wolf scat to prove it.







A short drive from our campsite is Dinosaur National Monument’s Gates of Lodore, with its stunning and close-up views of the river.Just the trip to sooth and settle the spirit upset by covid, wildfire, and the upcoming election.

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2 Responses to Green River and Browns Park

  1. Monica says:

    Thanks so much for your comment, Ian. That sweet few days was a mind-changer. I re-read your thoughts on lockdown: not an easy lifestyle for one like you, used to travel without restriction. Keep writing – that focus will give you strength and energy. Very best to you.

  2. Thank you for sharing, your pictures allowed my mind a brief respite from lockdown, I really like that last picture, that scenery does soothe the Soul and calm the mind. Kindest regards and best wishes.

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