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... constantly drifted down with the current; It was very beautiful.
We spent the day exploring around the area and dozing in the springs. I was starting to feel a little sick, but ignored it and tried to enjoy myself. The next day, however, I woke up feeling absolutely haggard. My joints were aching, skin sore and throat tight. My mood was also really flat which worried me a bit.
I had a chat to Icecave and we decided it was best I headed back to town, away from the damp, ...
... called it a night.
In the morning (yesterday), we broke camp, had some breakfast and headed to Arches National Park. It did not take long to get there and so we had some time to check out most of the cool stuff there was to see. Arches is a small park. It took us a little over an hour to drive the main road that they had. After checking out the Visitors Center and getting a feel for the place we headed into the park and made many stops along the way to the ...
Yesterday's drive was interesting following the Colorado river up through a canyon for 100 miles before hitting the interstate I-70 to New Castle. We went through Cisco, a ghost town that died with the steam train. 18-inch pizza at New Castle and bedding down with Mormons at Econolodge. Sunday was a driving day. We crossed the Rockies over independence Pass with ...
From there it was an easy jaunt over to Guanella Pass, a 22-mile byway that runs north-south between Grant and Georgetown. We started at the southern point, stopping to enjoy a tasty BBQ lunch from a busy roadside stand. Along the route, we topped out at 11,669-feet and enjoyed spectacular vistas of peaks and valleys before arriving in Georgetown, which is squeezed into the narrow valley at the northernmost point of this tour. ...
... Pass. The Pass and Divide are 11,900 feet/3665 metres above sea level and are part of the Rockies.
The Continental Divide is a natural boundary line that divides the flow of water between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. It runs from northwestern Canada along the crest of the Rocky Mountains to New Mexico.
We then drove through Keystone over the Swan Mountain to Breckenridge. Breckenridge is located in north ...