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... Kim literally almost ran into a deer. -And then we climbed. And climbed. The Rockies were different than l expected. They're longer than the Blue Ridge Mountains. I expected the Rockies to be like Blue Ridge but longer and steeper, and that's just not the case at all. They're longer, so, so much longer, but so far, not any steeper. -The altitude was tricky; there were points where I had a hard time catching my breath ...
... in a bar playing cards. The greenery was a stark contrast to the red rock of Arizona. Heaven in my books!
The Colorado River runs through the town which was nice to walk along and the temperature had dropped dramaticaly since we had risen in to the colorado mountains from Utah and Arizona. The town was linear again and had all of the usual amenities, so we decided to stay and rest up. We stayed the first night on the Walmart and then got a spot at the campsite. We had had a ...
... rest of the week - horseback riding. Olivia goes on a morning ride with a group near her age and I go with people my age. Spectacular scenery. Back to the ranch and have lunch. Another few words could also describe the food for the rest of the week - five star. In the afternoon, Olivia and I go on a ride together. That evening there were dancing lessons - line, two step and swing. It was fun but humbling. A great first day.
... and rugged and considered one of
the most punishing pass drives in Colorado. I chickened out a short distance
from the pass and backtracked to U.S. 285, the much longer route to Leadville
via Buena Vista. I have a pretty good record of chickening out on some of these
rough passes I’ve considered crossing in recent years. Altogether, though, it
was a good trip and a beautiful day in a spot in Colorado that was new for me.
After an adrenaline pumping 48 hours in Moab we moved west into Colorado and started heading south through the Rockies. We'd already seen the Canadian Rockies so we made this a fleeting visit and drove through most of it. When it came time to stay the night somewhere it became evident that we had really breached America’s remote interior. Two things become quickly apparent. 1. The ...