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Helpful staff, clean facilities. Very nice spot!
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Thursday, July 30 Today we rode the motorcycle 8 miles down a dirt road to Tin Cup, a historic little town known for its silver mines back in the old days. It's very small and there's not much there, but it was a fun ride. We were here many years ...
... on this trip. On our way up, we came across a rather unfortunate traffic jam. Both lanes were blocked, a helicopter was landing in the middle of the road, and in came Search and Rescue. Apparently there was a climbing accident, so we pulled off the road into the nearest parking lot to wait it out.
The nearest parking lot happened to be a rafting company. We walked around for a few, then decided what the hell, worth a shot. We went in and asked if they had ...
... are made with
gin or whiskey and they’re all fancy as ****. We ordered one of each. I don’t
normally drink either (except for my teens, 20s and some of my 30s before my
liver finally put up a fight), but these drinks were awesome! There was a food
truck right next door. The Roadrunner Grill serves Sangres Beef. I had to look
it up. Sangres cows are pasture raised and very happy! The burger we ordered had
... 20 minutes on the summit, then just over 3 hours getting down (the last hour being one hellaciously long hour of forcing water down and trying to figure out why it wanted to come back up when I drank it). 14 miles roundtrip and 4,500 feet elevation - a full day for me.
Met some nice people at the summit, including a couple who had married themselves (i.e., without a minister, apparently allowed in Colorado as long as ...
... br> Once we had passed through this area, we headed into far less desirable areas and when it came time to stay the night somewhere it became evident that we had really breached America’s remote interior. The locals seemed to be possessing less and less teeth, there were more gun shops than Starbucks and we had certainly entered Bible Belt! We checked into a place called ...