This culvert under a corner of the Horse Gulch trail head parking lot was completely overwhelmed by rocks, sticks and mud after a storm last Sunday morning. Photo by Jason Hotchkiss.
Some recently planted grass and two or three sapling trees installed by a contractor here were destroyed by flood waters at the City of Durango’s recently landscaped Horse Gulch trail head last Sunday.
This culvert under Horse Gulch Road is completely packed with dirt and rocks, serving no purpose for erosion control.
Randy Klein surveys the damage to Horse Gulch Road, aka County Road 237, after a heavy rainfall Sunday morning.
This photo was taken below the meadow at Horse Gulch.
Horse Gulch Health Campus had people cleaning up the parking lot after a storm flooded their parking lot with mud and rock from Horse Gulch.
Working below heavy machinery is a good time to be wearing a hard hat.