19-Jul-2021 -- While driving from Crested Butte to Colorado Springs, I made a detour to visit this Degree Confluence Point. My detour took me along Colorado State Highway 114, through the beautiful Cochetopa Canyon, eventually passing through the small town of Saguache (which I imagine is pronounced nothing like it looks). Then across a series of flat, sparsely-populated rural roads, until I ended up - like previous visitors - on County Road T, which runs West-East, 0.43 miles South of the point. I parked at the 106 Degrees West line of longitude, and hiked the rest of the way.
This is arid ranchland - containing lots of sagebrush, less grass, and the occasional cactus. Like Gavin Roy and Lerry Overstreet almost 7 years earlier, I saw one dried-up cow patty, but no cattle at all. Mountains are visible in the distance to the West, North, and East.
Later, as I drove along highway 17 through the nearby small town of Moffet, I saw signs noting the 38th Parallel, which formed the boundary between North and South Korea prior to the Korean War.
Here is a remote-controlled aerial video of this confluence point.