Beddin' Down Bed, Breakfast and Horse Hotel
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Today we didn't visit any National Parks and we drove 250 miles from Durango to Salida. However we actually had a really nice day. We drove via Silverton, where the steam train from Durango shuttles to and fro. It is a very small town with a single street and a mish mash of shops and houses so we didn't stop. We then came to Ouray, a lovely little town where we did decide to stop. In the ...
Sheila and I spent the night at the Peter's retirement home in Buena Vista, Colorado. Randy and Dori have a beautiful home on the golf course. Randy's house is similar to the design we plan on when we build in Kentucky. Sheila and I got some good ideas for our house.
When we arrived last night, we were greeted by three deer hanging out in Randy's yard. We had a good visit with Randy and Dori getting some advice on retirement life. Randy and I also talked a little ...
... are made with
gin or whiskey and they’re all fancy as ****. We ordered one of each. I don’t
normally drink either (except for my teens, 20s and some of my 30s before my
liver finally put up a fight), but these drinks were awesome! There was a food
truck right next door. The Roadrunner Grill serves Sangres Beef. I had to look
it up. Sangres cows are pasture raised and very happy! The burger we ordered had
... valley and was known for silver mining. The name came from silver by the ton. After Silverton, we headed even higher, going through spectacular mountain passes - Red Mountain Pass and Box Canyon - on our way to Ouray. Just north of there, we saw a spectacular waterfall called Box Canyon Falls. On to Ridgeway and Montrose, where we turned east on hwy 50 through the West Elk Mountains. We crossed ...
... as the trail was just so good and there was so much to look at. After a while, we had to hike through small patches of snow which, turned into even larger patches of snow. I was wearing £20 trainers from mountain warehouse and jenny was wearing her running trainers. Obviously, we were completely unprepared; feeing even more so as we passed avid hikers with all the gear (including snow shoes) but we soldiered on, trying to prove that we could walk over the snow (with ...