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... next door to pick up the bikes. We set out at about 13:30 from the bike shop in full waterproofs from head to foot into the torrential rain. The climb initially took us along a busy highway which was less than beautiful, but given you couldn't see anything anyway we were quite happy to make quick miles. After about 15 miles, the storm amped up a few notches and we decided to stop for a romantic lunch inside a pit toilet hut (with a slight sense of déjà vu ...
... icy slope.
We decided at that point we weren’t going to make the summit, and if we did there was some danger we might get blown off, so best to turn around and head back. Foiled a second time in my attempt to ascend Mount Massive. Interestingly, we didn’t see another person the entire day on our hike but could see Leadville the whole way up once we got out of the trees and had strong telephone signal all the ...
... KOA campground (erm, I mean kampground). Grommy, like the best mommies, spoiled us by going out to fetch Dominos pizza, and we were given an informative yet stern welcome speech by the campground owners, which mainly revolved around the rule "Shut Up After 10pm Or We’ll Call the Cops, You Shmucks". Point taken.
We began our Trek Cornhole Championships, split into five teams: ...
... was beautiful in the bright
sunshine, one of those autumn Colorado days when all the colors seem especially
vivid, the blue of high altitude sky, the gold of the aspens, the deep green of
the pines, and browns and beiges of the dry grass.
The road to Weston Pass on the South Pass side is unpaved
but good and graded and not especially steep. The road on the other side of the
pass is another story, though. It’s ...
... around Montgomery Reservoir. The
trail ascends gradually past the photogenic ruins of some old mining operations
and onwards through a broad open valley above timberline. My map says this
little stream is the Middle Fork of the South Platte River. I’m sure there are
lots of wildflowers in the area in early summer after the snow melts, but now
the color came from the willow shrubs beginning to turn yellow and red.