Silver Summit RV Park and Jeep Rentals
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... mention you need high clearance vehicles at some points.
As the sun was setting we really were unsure where we were going so we flagged down a jeep to check the direction. I am sure it was Bear Ghrylls he was definitely English preferred to point the way than say too much, anyway just as well as Tom had missed the turning. I ...
... was my best day so far. With my 'new' second hand bike and a nice gradual climb up another pass I felt like a machine. I don't wish to brag but you can call me Usain from now on.
Overall I have had good days and bad days but I would be lying if I said I wasn't loving the experience.
After all, as Robbie Williams would say "Life is a roller coaster you've just got to ride it" - thanks Robster- you da man, you DA MAN!
Best Wildlife viewing - Valdez when salmon are spawning.
Once in a lifetime - Watching the sun "NOT" set from Eagle Summit - Steese Highway
Favorite place - Impossible to say
Favorite visit - Had a great time seeing, Paul, Kara & Logan in Memphis, Kurt & Laura ...
... Lake, I got some nice reflections off the blue water. Here, as well, I met up with a group of about 8 people from Missouri who were hiking out to Lost Lake to do some fishing. As they were a friendly group, I accompanied them out to the lake, a location which gave me some of the best views of the surrounding mountain peaks. At my highest, I was at 12,500 feet and though the nearby peaks look much higher, none of them reach 14,000 feet. I was a ...
... go their separate ways. On the way up we had seats in a gondola car -- open air so we could hang out the sides (except when the rock cliffs were feet -- or less -- away) for great views of the Animas River, its gorge, the Rocky Mountains, and the train itself. The only downside was the occasional soot from the locomotive, but that just added to the "experience." On the way back we had seats in a more conventional coach car (windows ...