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At first light, we filled our water jugs, had some Malt-o-Meal (first-timer) and headed south toward Montrose. We picked up some Haystack Mountain Goat Cheese (Shout out to Boulder, CO goats), batteries for my head lamp and an apple and ran over to the library. The countryside near Black Canyon there south of Delta makes you feel like you're on earth. Your surroundings are so obvious and exposed. The Grand Mesa and Cimarron ridge to the east, the high desert ...
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We are back from Lake City today and we had a wonderful time. We left around 9:00 am after a good breakfast and showers. It was cold when we woke up this morning, but warmed to 70 degrees by the time we got to Lake City. (Oh...about the title). We got up to over 11,000 feet on the way over there. We didn't know we were going to be crossing the Continental Divide today!!! As we got up that high my head started to hurt ...
The temperature dropped to 17 degrees Fahrenheit last night so I was glad we had a cabin. It was also nice to sleep in a bed.
We headed to the Old Hundred mine which is closed and now earns its money through providing tours. The clothing we had to wear looked dorky and I highly doubt woulf help much if something went wrong down there. The tour itself was entertaining and informative. I particularly enjoyed learaning about the way they used ...
San Juan Alpine Loop
As everyone in Grand Junction was either in school or working I took a few days too head back down to the San Juan Mountains and do a little camping and exploring the numerous high mountain passes in the area. When I came up through the area from New Mexico on my way up from Interstate 40 I had originally planned to stop through Telluride, a place I have always considered my favorite ski town, but unknown to ...