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We left the city that never sleeps while it was sleeping. Yep, there's about 20 mins between 4.45 and 5.05am on Tuesdays when all except Aussie tourists and limo drivers are awake. Limo to queens then the 6.30 to Denver and propeller plane to Durango, CO then hire car for a spectacular drive through the mountains. Sad to say goodbye to manhattan but the mountains are ...
... and ended at Frisco Mill, Sound Democrat Mine and Animas Forks. We met a tremendous individual named Loren who was responsible for restoring and preserving these old ghost towns surrounding Silverton. He was an endless source of history. He told us about when they first began the preservation project in the 70s and 80s: "They left clothes on the beds, axes in chopblocks, the tables set with silver." This whole community ended mid-sentence. The Gold Prince Mill in Animas Forks was ...
... the picture) spelling out the word "Colorado" with our arms (Stephanie later turned this into our cover picture!).
After this, we drove out, back to Ouray. For this direction, my Grandpa, Dad, Kurtis, Zack, and I were in one jeep, and my Mom, Karen, Stephanie, and Grandma were in the other. Not too much different happened in this direction, besides the fact that it was slightly more intimidating driving on the cliff roads on ...
... the wheel and pulling over to let people pass was my style.
2) We may be a good cure for SW Colorado's drought since the rain followed us all the way down the mountain.
3) Flexibility is important on a vacation, especially one this long. We are pretty good at making the best of what comes our way.
4) Someday I want to get up to Ouray to enjoy the day I had planned for today. I'll skip the monsoon season when I do come ...
... aunt's expression as her jeep slowly bounced through the water. As we drove along, we bounced over ruts and bumps in the road, slowly drove around sharp turns, through forest and meadow areas, and past a big lake. Soon, we began to see flowers growing along the side of the road. We turned one last bend, and finally we were at the base of Brown Mountain.
We parked the jeeps and walked towards the meadow. From ...
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