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Sunday June 1, 2014
Another beautiful morning! Our first stop today was the “Black Canyon of
the Gunnison National Park”, a short distance west on US 50 and then north on CO
Rt. 347. This is like no other canyon in the U.S. with its sheer cliff walls, its narrow opening, sometimes only 1,500 feet across and the depth of the canyon which can reach more than 2,000 feet. The ...
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... outside Montrose. Holly and I have been to the Canyon twice, and we hiked down from the canyon rim to the river our first time there (Holly still has a scar on her knee for proof). With an afternoon free, I decided to repeat the down and up. The good news is that it's just one mile each way. The bad news is that there's 1,800 feet of elevation in that one mile. So basically straight up and straight down. Fortunately some ...
... We arrived at Ouray the county seat which is a quaint mining town literally carved out of the base of the mountains. The town is completely surrounded by mountains with several buildings backing right up against the mountain. There are no traffic lights or stop signs and only the main street is paved. The town was established by miners in 1876 chasing the dream of riches from the gold and silver mines. It was named after Chief Ouray of the Ute Indians ...
Ridgway is a wonderful town. Town square park where scene was done in the movie.
Now there is a True Grit Café with pictures of the movie and John Wayne. We did not
eat there but would not mind visiting it one day. I rather have a picnic in the ...
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