09-Aug-2014 -- This was the third of three confluences completed during a camping trip in central and southern Colorado with my wife and her father. This was another quite easy one, being directly off Route T west of Moffat. We parked our rented RV at exactly 106W at around 2pm and then Lerry and I walked a little over a half mile north to the site making sure to watch out for rattlesnakes through the brush and dry grass. Other than a desiccated cowpie we never saw another sign of animal life. Zeroes came super easy and we made it back to the RV having only been gone about 35 minutes. I enjoyed the views from this confluence, being on a level plain around 8000 ft. high with distant mountains surrounding you on all sides but to the south, many of them 14ers.