Durango Resort On Vallecito Lake
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The morning of our day off started at 5 for me. We didn't have to wake up at any particular time, but I think my body was so used to it that I was ready to go. I wrote some postcards and skyped my sisters! Ioved seeing them; they're just the greatest. Next: coffee shop. The Steaming Bean (or as Red called it, The String Noodle). Hannah and I walked there and enjoyed coffee, a muffin and a breakfast burrito. I really enjoyed spending time with ...
... to walk over to the gas station to see if they have a hand drier in the bathroom where we can warm up. They do! We warm up there for a while, heating different parts of our bodies: mostly hands and butts. We grab some coffee and that warms us up too. We have two more climbs for the day. A 7 miler and a 3 miler. Me and Carlee and Kim climb together. Those went pretty smoothly, too. I honestly never thought I'd describe my experience climbing the Rockies as smooth, but there it is. ...
Tuesday May 27, 2014
This morning we had an 8:45 AM departure time in Durango for the “Durango & Silverton Narrow Gage Railroad”. This is a scenic railroad that took us through breathtaking scenery on a 3 and one half hour trip along the Animas River through valleys, canyons and forests on our way to the mining town of Silverton. Here we had lunch in a restored restaurant and ...
... top we met up with our guide for a walking tour of the ruins which included a hike up the mountainside to additional ruins; that is
off limits to the public without a guide for a closer look of the Chimney Rock. Our tour guide was exceptional, both for his knowledge and his enthusiasm.
... waterfall. The views were spectacular and worth the agony of the drive. We stopped for lunch at a wonderful little restaurant in the town of Pagosa Springs.
The remainder of today’s drive was through beautiful mountain country. Our stop for tonight is the “Bayfield RV Park” in Bayfield CO., where we plan to operate out of for the next week.
Other places to stay in Bayfield
48 W. Vallecito Creek Rd., Bayfield | Campgroundfrom $110