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... as well. This morning we went out to breakfast for some good food and more discussion. It was a very nice visit. Next time we are going to have to allocate some more time. Randy offered me a jeep ride in the mountains - that sounds exciting.
We left Buena Vista and followed Randy's recommendation to take Cottonwood Pass. It would cut some time off getting back to Gunnison and it would be a new experience; When we got outside of Buena Vista, we ran into a ...
... Pass as we headed to Buena Vista. We plan to meet Randy Peters and his wife Dori. Randy is a friend of mine who I worked with for many years at John Deere. Randy retired in 2009 and moved to his dream house in the mountains in Buena Vista. It should be a good visit. While traveling through the pass, Sheila and I stopped to have a bit of a snowball fight.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... Alamo rental car and head west right into the storm front. By the time i reach the top of the Rockies the weather is appalling. Next to zero visibility, plenty of snow falling. Finally make it to Breckenridge, which looks very pretty as the whole area is covered in snow.
A day to do very little, just adjusting to the high altitude and low oxygen levels.
Drove the scenic route to Leadville and returned back via Minturn. Some very pretty scenery and some ...
... I walked the 2 blocks down Main St to the bus stop to Snowmass. I got off at the Snowmass Mall stop and walked in to the plaza to Four Mountain Sports where I had reserved demo skis. I chose the Nordica Wild Belle in 161 length. Next, I stopped by the ticket office and picked up my lift pass. This year I purchased a Mountain Collective Pass. The Mountain Collective is a consortium of different resorts and purchasing the pass allows you ...
... follow the Big Johnson River. The others headed for Denver.
The Canyon that we went through had been devastated by a swollen Big Johnson River and many houses and log cabins had been destroyed, the piles of discarded household belongings was still evident.
We Climbed in altitude quickly through Estes Park, Grandby and Kremmling and then entered another National Park, this time the Rock Mountains NP. Words such as Epic, Awesome and even fully sick (if ...