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Today we traveled from Cortez up to Ouray and I do mean traveled up. We started at about 5000 ft and when we hit Lizard Pass we were at 10,222 feet. But the coach doesn't seem to mind climbing at all. Can usually maintain the speed limit. I was concerned because I don't have assist brakes on the Tracker to slow it down downhill, but the coach has a …
On arrive à Durango, Colorado, où
il y a un train à vapeur pour touristes, le même et sur les mêmes
rails qu'en 1880. C'est impressionnant comment il a pu résister dans
le temps. Mais on s'est rendu compte que Filip aime plus voir le
train passer que regarder le paysage par la fenêtre du train (c'est
normal, car il ne voit …
It was 50 degrees at 8:45 and partly cloudy as we pulled out of camp heading to Ouray this morning. Once again Geeps had other ideas as to the direction we should be heading. What was a 25 mile distance from Silverton to Ouray...well, Geeps had other plans. She wanted to send us via Cortez and make it a 125 mile run! Indeed she kept saying " …
... with our dining neighbors and petted their unusual dog which came and went with their visiting children. With wine it was over $100 per person. That’s extravagant for us, but I didn’t hear anyone utter a word of complaint; the food experience was that memorable and delightful.
By the time we finished we had to worry a little about the last gondola home, but we made it in ...
... 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." ...
How has this campground rated in the past?
Being surrounded by mountains is the most awesome experience you can imagine. The campground sits along a swift moving small river and except for the the traffic on the main street 3 blocks away it is peaceful. Sites are small, but they are adequate and level. Everything is well maintained and there is lots of shade. Elevation here is about 8000 feet. Enjoy your stay.
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