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... turns out a cyclist had gone off the road and hurt himself pretty badly. When we arrived the MedFlight helicopter was just taking off. The pass was interesting because most of the drive was on dirt. The RAM did very well - that what it is made for. We also traveled along Taylor Reservoir - one of many huge lakes in Colorado.
We look forward to visiting Randy and Dori again in the future. They live in a beautiful area.
Chuck and Sheila ...
about 10 minutes from the only stop light in town.
At Cottonwood hot springs there are 5 pools of varying
temperatures. Sean and I started off in the hottest pool and worked our way
down to the cooler levels. Before we jumped in the really cold pool, we dipped
back in the hottest pool. When it came time for us to run into the cold pool, I
noticed that my legs were barely working and I felt quite light headed. After
... and I wanted to take a shorter break and ended up spending the last chunk of the ride together. We stopped at a coffee shop called Brown Dog Coffee Co. for some delicious iced coffees and chatted with some out of towners who were super interested in donating to our trip! (Awesome!) After we finished up our coffees, we saw Ben, Jordan and Sam pass by and rolled into the host with our original crew. Feeling so accomplished making it through our first of four tough days in the ...
... s premier breakfast venue) didn't open until 6.30 so time for lying down doing not much. It was 3-4 degs C at 10,000 feet and I did feel slightly breathless however we grabbed a burrito from hopefully not Leadville's finest waitress - she had a very English style of service, had my card declined, paid cash and got on the road to drop the hire car off at N America's highest airport. Then on the road. ...
... there with us, including a couple of RVs/campers. We introduced ourselves to the neighbors, and made ourselves sandwiches for a late lunch.
There's a trail up the hill to the north, so we took a bit of a hike to see what we could see. Holy cow, hiking at 12,000 feet takes the wind out of you!
A car of 3 credentialed photographers pulled in next to us, and we made small talk. Then they muttered that they'd failed to plan for food, and had just a couple ...