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Travel Blogs from Bayfield
... of a little doggy time with the two resident hounds and an intriguing meeting with a miniature albino hedgehog which was far cuter than you would expect. By the time we rolled out of Leavenworth in the mid-week pre-dawn chill any doubts about the wisdom of going north late in the Fall were gone and we were again thankful for our far flung friends. All we had to do then was ride across the fertile plain... again.
Two and a half days on the back roads was ...
Wednesday May 29, 2014
Our plan today was to drive north on US Rt. 550 to the town of “Ouray” and return via the same route, north of Ouray there was a massive landslide several weeks ago and the DOT is still working the open the road and set up some barriers to protect the road from future slides, and the road is only open ...
... a downhill half mile walk. Here we met a Park Ranger that was very informative, and we are glad to have met him. These ruins here were somewhat different from the others as there were examples of the original ...
... race going on , so the town was packed. We got to stay at the best place in town; For Sure! Thank You Sue and Dan for an awesome weekend and amazing hospitality. You two figured out retirement for sure!!!!
Durango felt like home away from home. We went up to Purgatory ski area for a nice drive; it was getting set up for a Summertime full of events. The Aspen trees rule this mountain. We hit up a couple of brewery's in town, biked along the river trail ...
... over BIA 13 crossing the Carrizo Mountains, this was a bonus ride that we had not planned, there were fantastic views of the mountains and surrounding valleys, with fantastic rock formations. We continued into Arizona on BIA 13, turning north on BIA 12, and then US 191 north to the town of Mexican Water where we picked up US 160 west to the Four Corners Monument. We stopped at the Monument, which ...
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