Secret Garden

Address: 101 6 Ave., Ouray, Colorado, 81427-0862, United States | B&B
 
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      Travel Blogs from Ouray

      West village to wild Wild West

      A travel blog entry by skyloadblue on Sep 24, 2014

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      We left the city that never sleeps while it was sleeping. Yep, there's about 20 mins between 4.45 and 5.05am on Tuesdays when all except Aussie tourists and limo drivers are awake. Limo to queens then the 6.30 to Denver and propeller plane to Durango, CO then hire car for a spectacular drive through the mountains. Sad to say goodbye to manhattan but the mountains are ...

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      A travel blog entry by cariverga on Sep 16, 2014

      4 photos

      ... 1072;к душу сфото 75;рафир& #1086;вать. Как эмоци 80; перед 72;ть на бумаг 77;. Херня.

      И я так скажу: вот ...

      Hooray for Ouray!

      A travel blog entry by garylesser on Jun 02, 2014

      7 comments, 15 photos

      ... Poncha Springs has been dubbed the "Crossroads of the Rockies." At this crossroad, we turn west on US-50 and ride about 60 miles to Gunnison, which seems like home now. Past Gunnison, we ride along the Dillon Reservoir. We stop for a few photos of the Dillon Pinnacles, a unique formation on the south side of the reservoir. We press on, and ride west on US-50 for another 64 miles, to Montrose, another place we’ve been ...

      Wild Ghost Chase

      A travel blog entry by woollyman on Aug 26, 2013

      55 photos

      ... expensive built to date (so we were told) at 500,000 1907 dollars and only operated for 6 years before the town left. The people of Animas Forks had survived the 1884 blizzard that left the town under 25 feet of snow....and dropping gold prices made them leave.

      The people used old newspaper articles to insulate the cabins. One of which printed quotes from Theodore Roosevelt stating the Homesteaders' responsibility to protect themselves as they were in "Enemy territory." ...

      Box Canyon Falls...a nifty little secret

      A travel blog entry by rmwright on Aug 14, 2013

      41 photos

      ... see some old mining machinery that was left behind. Probably would have cost more to move it than leave it. The falls are some 200 feet high, but you can only see the bottom third as the water comes tumbling out of the gorge. It is also summer home to the rare Black Swift who builds it's nest on the side of the rock. Neat picture of their ...