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... when we arrived. A cute dog kept following us around while we unpacked out bikes. A great end to a wonderful day. We only rode 400 km today, because we took our time and stopped a few times for sight seeing. We plan to go to the Arches in Utah tomorrow before heading down south to Buckeye, Arizona. I just posted some pics for yesterday and today. I may try to post a video layer from my helmet ...
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We’ll stay near Aspen for at least one more night. We’re finally getting some of the warm, sunny weather we expected to find here. Tomorrow we’ll bicycle and we would still like to visit Leadville. We’ll keep you posted.
Darlene and I got to Aspen before 1:00 P.M. to find Larry and Kathy bicycling ...
A herd of cows on the way to Ohio ...
... no chance to pull over. (Note: Pics are totally out of order and I don't have time to correct it. They start with mine at the Pass and go backward. Then Lynn's do the s
Remember the idiots in the rental Class C's. They are back. Included a picture of one more. He clearly didn't belong on this road and there are several places that it is one lane...yup, he held up traffic because no one could get by him.
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We found ourselves in Gunnison National Forest, another of Graeme’s 'off the beaten track’ edits to the tour: again, no trek group had been there before us! The campsites there are a case of turn up on the day and hope for a spot – no bookings allowed – so we were lucky to find a few spots at the Gothic campground, with its incredible views of the surrounding mountains.
We spent the ...
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