Crystal Mill

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Comments (8)

MaryAlice on March 24, 2008

I'm not believing no one has commented on this! How in the world is it commentless? This is one of the grandest places I've seen on Google Earth! It is an exquisite find! I'm dying to take a trip to Colorado right away! Were you, by any chance, able to get up inside of this wonderful place? I can't believe the rocks, and the beautiful clear water below! It's all just amazing!

Great job, Richard!!!


Mary Alice

Richard Ryer on April 4, 2008

Greetings MAry Alice, Thanks for visiting the Crystal Mill and commenting. I guess you are the first out of all the visitors to comment. I am glad you like the historic area. A lot of work has gone into preserving the mill for generations to come. Visitors are not allowed to go into the building although there is no one around to enforce the rule. It's an honor system that far back in the woods. 7 miles on a jeep road. I rode in on my mountain bike.



Bunkwadman on December 3, 2009

Hi Richard, I was wondering if I could print this picture for my father. We took one but it is not goo enough quality. If I could it would be greatly appreciated. Hope to hear from you at your earliest convenience. Bunkwadman

Richard Ryer on December 3, 2009

Yes you may. Thanks for asking. Enjoy.



Яшка on February 5, 2010


jcfz: on October 31, 2010

sweet picture!

nunila77 merche on July 29

Increíble lugar para instalar una cabaña. Si es de madera no sé como puede mantenerse en pie. Su constructor tuvo mucha imaginación para construirla así. LIKE. Gracias por compartir tus fotos. Saludos desde Madrid.

Richard Ryer on July 30

Greetings Nunila, Thanks for the visit and the comment. Cheers, Rich

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  • Uploaded on August 19, 2007
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    by Richard Ryer