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... right in, but
the edge of the pond was green with algae and brown with mud. After they cooled
off we kept hiking until we found a clear creek intersecting the trail. We used
this water to clean up our *****es before heading back to the car. They were so
so so so dirty.
Buena Vista hails itself as the white water rafting
capital of the world. The Arkansas River runs through town. If you Google “white
water rafting ...
We have aptly nicknamed this ride the "surprise century." After our third, what we thought would be our last century and rumors of today being an 86-ish mile day, a 102 mile ride through the first chunk of the Rockies was not what we expected. Not to mention the persistent head winds (I had to pedal hard down the descents to even break 30mph), and the high elevation that gave a few people some altitude sickness. We climbed about 8,200' over the course of the day, covered the Garden ...
... of the trail requires a 38 mile detour for bikes around a protected wilderness area and we made good time to Granite and then Buena Vista. The scenery was alpine and we saw our first wildlife - some prairie dogs (more like squirrels) scattering as we turned a corner. Fit bro is now reading out 'highlights' from the CT website with descriptions like: brutal, nightmare and zero supply points ! Hmmm. Let's see Fat ...
... seeking some direction from a local resident working in the visitor centre we were directed back down the road to a town called Woody Creek. We were told the town consisted of two buildings and one of them was The Village Tavern. Thompson was well known and there are photos of him drinking at the bar all over the walls and hints on memrobilia. They dont really talk about it but know people come there for that reason. It was really quite an experience being there and both of us felt ...
... are stopping to see an ole friend I surveyed with in both Colorado and Wyoming. Max and have know each other since I was 16. He and his wife climbed Pikes peak with me when I was 19. He lives in a mountain town called Pine, Colorado out side Denver. Also tomorrow stopping to see Susies aunt Edna who lives in Arvada, than spending the next 2 nights with my sister Jacklyn who's having a barbecue tomorrow night, having her 2 kids over so we can see my niece Brandy and nephew ...