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... RV, and cleaned our hands with Goo-Gone and several washings with hot soapy water. We walked back out and found that, we could harvest a lot of nuts on the ground without the resulting pitch.
Now we have to figure out the best way to crack open the nuts to get the little edible seeds out.
We awoke to beautiful alpenglow on the hight 14,000+ foot peaks in front of us. now heading south.
... at our revised destination, Salida. This is the first time we have arrived at our accommodation in mid-afternoon.
A short restorative nap for David, and we were ready to walk around this delightful little town. Its ‘historic downtown’ was filled with interesting shops, and we had a meal on a terrace by the river, enjoying a local beer and a shared taco salad. Yum! And we have found the perfect coffee place for tomorrow morning.
... low 80's is too cold for us Floridians to consider swimming. Ouray also has a cascade waterfall, but this late in the year the upper falls were pretty much dried up, but the lower falls were still going strong.
There were also several mountain lakes and the Red River which looked like the makings of a sportsman's paradise. Since it was Sunday, there seemed to be a lot of locals fishing, boating, and 4-wheeling all over the area. ...
... 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
... stunning. I spent the day with my climbing crew from the Smokey Mountains-Ben, Jordan, Sam, and Taylor. We took the morning slow and steady through these really cute mountain towns-Manitou Springs and another (which I don't remember the name of) soon after Manitou. Later in the day, as the head winds really picked up, I was so thankful we spent the morning easing into things. I needed everything I had in me to make it into the host through that wind. After the second water ...