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Vallecito Country

This man-made lake, originally built as part of a large irrigation project, has been a much loved vacation spot in the southern San Juan Mountains for years. The area was a favorite of the nomadic Ute Indians, then a gold mining district, a valley of lush grasses used for ranching, and, lately, a home for retirees and vacationers. So up-to-date, the author added a chapter to include recent fires that swept the area.