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... The Netherlands -- Shell's international headquarters. That's way more cool than Boeing sending me to Chicago. Chicago, however, does have better pizza than whatever Curtis is eating in The Netherlands. Other notable people with a Durango connection include:
- Bob Roll, former bicycle racer and one-time Lance Armstrong training partner, who now broadcasts major cycle races, including the Tour de France. You can see how Bob rolls ...
Big fires across Colorado have ruined our Trans Merca Trail ride.
Because we are riding the trails of Colorado this means forest tracks, mounting passes and fire break roads and as far as we can work out most of these are closed. Even if they weren't there are so many fires that it would be easy for us to get caught up in this disaster.
So we had to quickly plan a route around from Trinidad. Bill spoke to the local Police ...
... br> finishing reasonably early most days especially with snow conditions.
my skiis are looking smashed
Getting really patchy, out early and mainly skiied groomers, 9
Day 33, 23/1 just Graeme & I skiied, short day as Mike left today
Went to see Reverend Horton, Texas rockabilly band at the Sheridan Opera house,
good night, 10
Day 34, 24/1, again Graeme & I, late start but we managed to find some good runs,
many dodgy tree runs, and
... William Jennings Bryan gave his famous "Cross of Gold" speech. The mining towns in Colorado attracted immigrants from some places rather poorly represented in America. Crested Butte had its Croatians, Silverton its Trentini from northern Italy, and Telluride apparently its Swede-Finns, people of Swedish ethnicity who migrated from Finland where their ancestors had colonized two centuries earlier.
Telluride’s gondola that ...
... at the top.
The view from the top of Handies is as spectacular as from any fourteener peak with the magnificent San Juan Mountains almost to the horizon in every direction. About the only signs of humans activity visible are the ridgetop roads to Cinnamon and Engineer Passes and the remains of some old mining activity, but you really have to squint to see that. In clear view to the north are Uncompaghre and Wetterhorn Peaks, two fourteeners I climbed with my ...