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I don't know what Owen & Elise see in this Off-Roading thing! It's hard to keep ones footing when the Jeep is rocking and bouncing, but we did stop for a while of Marmot hunting on the Magie Gulch Trail. I ran all over that hillside and those darn Marmots just jump down a hole. So I didn't catch any, but it was fun. Check out the pics. Now that Randy shared the pictures Pam has said that Marmots look like little bears. So I'm updating my blog. I'm Brown Bear hunting. Watch out ...
... got broken up, but Kim and I stuck together. Katie joined us at the top. At the top and on the other side of the mountain the weather started to turn. We put on more layers and hop back on the saddle. It's a 10 mile descent. It's absolutely freezing. At one point it starts to rain. The roads are slick so we have to ride slower, the rain is pelting, the temperature has dropped, the wind is slicing us and the cars spraying us with water. But the time we got to lunch at the very bottom ...
... there was no shoulder or guardrail, several feet off our left tire was a shear drop-off into
the valley below. We were glad to get past this construction zone. Arriving in
Ouray we stopped at the “Box Canon Waterfall”, a city park, where we climber
down to the base of a huge waterfall and Jack climbed to the top, 96 steps and
then several hundred feet on a rocky trail. ...
Sunday May 25, 2014
We awoke to a cold rainy morning, so we decided to stay
home and relax. After lunch, with
clearing skies we headed east to Chimney Rock National Monument. From the Visitors center we drove up ...
... The most significant part of this trip was the drive up to and down from “Wolf Creek Pass” at an elevation of 10,857 ft.
The ascent was with normal grades over rolling country with 5% grades
and 30 and 40 mph curves, which changed into an 8 mile stretch at a 6% grade
before reaching 2 tunnels and another 2 miles of 6% grade ...