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Helpful staff, clean facilities. Very nice spot!
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... places at a certain time. Needless to say I missed my appointment, but phoned the guy and he agreed to open his shop at 7am the next morning to get us back on the road. We found free camping at a great campsite just outside town by a creek. We ate cheap and kind of meh pizza in town and tried a couple microbrews. Concern is growing about price and quality of food, lack of yuengling, sweet tea, and free ...
... At the pasta dinner tonight, I talked with a kindly, old couple. Carlee, Breezer and I did. At the end of the talk, they gave us $40 to donate to the cause. -I walked around downtown after dinner with a bunch of people and got some ice cream. -Everyone eavesdropping on my conversation with Annie and Taylor, and at one point I said my jokes are funny. Then from, like, three different rooms, five people immediately told me my jokes aren't ...
... Peak, La Plata Peak, Uncompaghre Peak, and Mount Sneffels, but there may have been more.
Doug and I managed a pre-dawn start from our hotel in Vail, breakfasted at sunrise on massive smothered breakfast burritos at the Golden Burro Café in Leadville, and made it to the trailhead for a respectably early start. The morning was cold and crisp and the trails started out dry and snow free. As we got above treeline, though, ...
Ronnie: I dropped Ali off early at the airport, knowing we wouldn't see each other until late August when she moves into her new apartment and starts a new semester. Always tough saying those goodbyes!
Afterwards, I headed west on I-70 out of Denver, then south towards the cool town of Leadville. I spent a few minutes touring the town, stocked up on some water and other supplies and then headed farther south to ...
... relatively flat valleys
between mountain ranges that are high, dry, and frigid. They’re all sparsely
populated and given over mostly to ranching.
I decided to take a drive through the western part of the valley
including the valley’s main town, Fairplay, and then to Weston Pass, a pass
over the range between the South Park and Arkansas Valleys which I also have not
crossed. The scenery on the west side of ...