I recently visited the same silo complex you so wonderfully described in "Expedition Two" in your website, and I must say the trip fulfilled all my expectations and then some. A quick history:
At the time (May 2003), I felt like a relatively seasoned silo explorer. I had visited many of the Atlas F silos around Roswell, New Mexico. At the time, I had just graduated from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico, a full nine-hour drive from Denver. I found your website, became engrossed in it, and several days later, I arranged a near spur-of-the-moment trip to Colorado to visit the site. We departed shortly before midnight and spent all night driving. With just one set of GPS coordinates from Siloworld.com to go off of, I hoped in earnest that we would find the same complex that your group had explored. Our fatigue from driving the entire night went away quickly as we reached the site mid-morning. I had not been so excited about something in a very long time. We spent two hours exploring the site, and those two hours seemed to last forever. It was a fitting parting gift to myself and my friends, and I excitedly show the photos to anyone who will listen.
I moved from New Mexico to Oklahoma now, where I'm close to completing Field Artillery Officer Basic Course at Fort Sill, and I just returned from a trip where I explored some Atlas F sites around Altus, Oklahoma. This seems like a wonderful forum, and I hope to start new locations in the DB for both Roswell and Altus. I look forward to talking to you guys!