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... the bathrooms clean. So, we had to have a meeting and I volunteered to write the apology letter. So I did that. A few folks asked to ride with me today and our initial ride group ended up being me, Redding, Leash, Lorraine and Christine. Next to our host site was an outdoor bike/skate park so we went and played there for a few minutes. As we were about to leave town we saw a bunch of hot air balloons, so, obviously we had to check it out. We looked at those for a bit. Because ...
Today, we begin heading home. Or at least riding south. But there's still much to see along the way. We'll spend several more days in the Rockies before we even begin thinking about La Quinta (a few feet below sea level), and Farragut, Tennessee – 883 feet above sea level. Both seem so far away right now. *** Riding 12,000-foot passes on a Harley is addicting. We got an adrenaline high yesterday on Trail Ridge Road, as we ...
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... side. Also, at one point, we met a big concrete truck coming up around the bend. We heard it before we saw it. Fortunately, we had plenty of room to pull over.
Back in town, we drove up past the ice park again and to Box Canyon Falls. While some of our group paid for our admission, the rest of us went to watch the birds and chipmunks at the nearby feeders. We saw one chipmunk stuffing his face until his cheeks bulged, and we even ...
... we could see distant views of Red Mountain, bright against the blue of the sky. At first, it didn't look like there were many flowers in the meadow, but as we walked closer, the meadow area exploded in color. We could see pink, blue, purple, yellow, and red flowers, carpeting the ground. And, there were tons of white spots across the meadow. These were the best flowers of all - Colorado Columbines!! These are ...
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TravelPod Member Reviews4J+1+1 RV Park Ouray
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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