Torrey Schoolhouse B&B Inn
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... the mountain, and could feel thermal belts in the air. Adam told me I'd experience this in Colorado, and I scoffed at the idea that I'd ever be going fast enough to feel an intense change in temperature. I was going around 35mph down the mountain, so I definitely felt them hit me one after another. I was so excited to be going downhill. I had drank a ton of water at the spring, and I noticed a huge change in muscle function while going up ...
... to Torrey include:
- Butch Cassidy, whose real name was Robert Leroy Parker. His boyhood home in Circleville, Utah, was not far from Torrey. He was glamorized in a Hollywood movie as a train robber, bank robber and leader of the Wild Bunch Gang.
- Zane Grey, an author best known for his popular adventure novels that presented an idealized image of the American frontier. His best-selling book was Riders of the Purple ...
... valley so we parked on the opposite side. The conversation between the people already there was fascinating. There was a couple of older men in pickup truck and a young couple in a rental. The older men were pointing out features in the valley and talking about life when they were younger and we assumed that this was relatives on a visit; particularly as the younger couple responded with some family tales of their own. It wasn't until they shook hands, ...
... by this place and pulled up to the bar with two local boys. When I say local, they live in town but originally come from Penn State, as they put it. One of them spent about five months Downunder so he understood me perfectly. He's keen for a ride in the Dodge and will show me around all the good spots tomorrow if I will pick him up. Done deal. Truly, America really does have some lovely people in it.
Must remember to not ...
... to a ranger talk but it was geared to kids. Most of the people had just walked over from their camp grounds.One of the best parts of this trip was the star gazing. It was a beautiful night- I only needed a sweater- no bugs. The guides were wonderful and let everyone have a turn with the telescopes. If you had trouble viewing (as I did) they try to make suggestions to help( in my case try using the other eye- it worked!) There was a crescent moon so we got some unwanted light from ...
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