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... Hesperus (near San Juan River)
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Broad Tailed Hummingbird
... then snuck over to ********s RV and poured them out near his generators and the open crack of his pickup passenger side window. I have a clean conscious now and bear him no ill will, i will let mother nature talk to him. That loop hike i took in the morning was just amazing. I had all those ruins to myself, for people free pics and quiet exploring. It was still nice and cool to a mid 70s to start, 80 s by the time i was done. The Pueblos were a very hardy people. As i ...
... all of the people were locals that lived within a 50 mile radius. The riding was great as well with both sweeping and tight curves and a speed limit at times of 65 mph on a two lane road! Would recommend Colorado to both car and bike travelers. I have just been amazed be the scenery, and the people of the State. Will definitely consider coming back!
Tomorrow I start my trek up to Yellowstone in Wyoming
... about 3,000ft in elevation. We would ride right next to the river, which has class 5 rapids, we went through stretches where the train was within inches of the rock walls on both sides, went over a beautiful high line bridge, and right along the mountainside with a sharp cliff drop off on the other side! As we climbed we could feel the temperature dropping, which felt amazing, as well as the snowy mountain peaks coming into view.
We finally ...
... 8211; most everything was original. This is why I like walking and going to these type of stores in these towns. When Pooh started to get hungry, we had to turn around and head back to the truck. No major purchase on this day, but a lot of looking around.
For dinner I had planned to eat at East by Southwest for the longest time. I had read this was one of the best restaurants in Durango and plus it was Asian. So I thought Pooh would ...
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