Huerfano County Seat, Walsenburg, was settled about 150 years ago. Fred Walsen opened a mercantile and started the first coal mine in the area. Woodie Guthrie wrote a song about the “Ludlow Massacre” where a couple dozen striking miners were killed. I assume the incident was not taken in to account when forming the town motto “A great place to be, welcome”.Good old fashioned county court house.The old Jail is the location for the area mining museum, which was closed.In the middle of no where the car in front of me, with two women, and myself came upon this overturned semi truck, it was at this moment I realized I am not a first responder. After some panic time it was determined I needed to climb on the truck and look inside for the driver, I did not want to look in, after taking off my jacket and trying to will myself away from the scene another car showed up with a couple real men. It turned out the driver was gone so he must have gotten a ride. There was no cell phone reception so I volunteered to drive ahead and call 911.The truck was full of styrofoam egg cartons, not a good mix with high winds.Some old homesteady crap. I went to several antique stores in town but was unable to find anything that suited me. Every person I talked to did refer me to Georges Restaurant for the best “Chili” burger in town.Georges was packed when I arrived, always a good sign, I was greeted promptly by a very enthusiastic server. I asked for a kick ass burger, the Chili burger with mushrooms was suggested. All this time I was thinking Cowboys sitting around a campfire farting chili but it turned out it was canned green chili’s and canned mushrooms. Not choices I would normally make but this thing was awesome. The service was great and they even gave me an ice tea refill to go.I returned via the Phantom Canyon Highway, coolest road ever.