Townsend Place at Beaver Creek
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... aware of my own optimism.
Icecave picked me up from town on the Sunday evening. He had shaved his beard and I didn't even recognize him until he waved over at me. It was great to see him again. We packed a few days worth of food then headed out to the hotsprings which looked as if they had been over-run by hippies at some stage. There were dream-catchers, candles and incense comes all over the place. I loved it. The springs ran into a big river which carved through a steep ...
... the state of Oregon)! We swapped stories from both our travels, shared what it was like working in Yellowstone and where we had all planned to go after Arches. We would have talked longer, but Ible and I had to be going to our next destination. We said our farewells and wished each other the best.
A short time later, we were out of the park, on our way to Dillon, Colorado where we had made arrangements to stay with a friend of ours.
We drove almost 5 ...
... rain we've seen in two weeks. The weather has been ranging from uncomfortably warm to searing hot for the trip (85-100 degrees) but today was cold. 35 degrees in Aspen and talk of snow. We stopped for lunch in Frisco, CO and ate too much yard-bird to continue. Frisco hotel has gridiron on the box, a hot tub, wi-fi and a moose head in the lobby. All the comforts of ...
... the well-preserved ghost town of St. Elmo.
After a restful sleep, we drove to St. Elmo, passing many off-road vehicle enthusiasts who were out for a weekend exploration of old mining routes that crisscross these mountains. St. Elmo, one of the best preserved ghost towns in Colorado, was originally settled in 1878. A gold and silver boom brought a railroad to the town but, by 1910, the boom went bust, the railroad closed, and ...
... ride to the top was worth the stress. Who, among you, can say you've ridden to the top of Mount Evans? We’re almost half as high as the summit of 29,029 foot Mount Everest. OK, to be precise, we're 48.675%25 as high. Still, it feels like we’re at the top of the world. It’s as high as you can get on a Harley, if you’re riding from La Quinta, California. Interesting aside: while riding a Harley to the top of Mount Everest ...