Colorado: Where Batman Really Hangs Out Print
Written by Sherry   
Friday, 10 August 2007 05:51
Every summer, a whole lot of Mexican long-tailed bats migrate to an abandoned mine in southern Colorado and every evening at 8:18 pm sharp, you can witness them leave the cave for their nightly journeys. All 250,000 of them. A steady stream of bats pouring from the cave for 30 minutes.

This is a Shea boy thing if ever I've heard one. Hey Mark, it's only a 3-4 hour drive away and then a mile hike but what a finale! I'll loan you a car!

Hords of bats against a mountain sunset. Abandoned mines (haunted, no doubt!)waist high in bat poop.

You gotta admit that Colorado is so much cooler than Seattle.