Arrowhead Village Condominiums
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After our first night in our new place we were enjoying just having a bed to lay in and not being in a rush to get ready.
We skyped with Darrens Nan and Granddad for a while and showed them the place then got ready to go out. The colours of the leaves are all different autumnal shades of reds, orange and yellows so we wanted to go to Vail to see them...it only took us about 10 minutes to drive there ...
... cold. Red mountains! 10mph bendy road. Excuse my language - but the roads scared the **** out of me. Jonathan is such a good driver and is very calm with his hand break breaking. Mine shafts and openings all over the place and an abandoned rail way that just seemed to go into the air! I see signs for a town "Ironton" so I'm guessing they mine(d) for iron here. Turned a corner and mountains are grey. It seems as if every corner we ...
... It was really more ice pellets than the snow we get occasionally, but it was deep. As we stepped into it, we immediately fell through up to our knees. This was exciting. I tried to see if I could step quickly, or lightly, but usually fell through anyway. We had a snowball fight and then a treat as a group of snowmobile riders came to put their machines back on their trailers. One of the guys have the kids two snowmobile movies when he found out ...
We all danced and played some beer pong American style and really enjoyed the Colorado atmosphere.
The air was filled with pumping music on a Friday night and jam-packed full of locals. We left at 2am which was close time and jumped into a cab for a short ride back to the hotel so it was pretty easy to get to!
The next morning we checked out of our hotel but we were not leaving Durango just yet!
... and straight into a partial whiteout situation.
The banter was intense.
Dressed for the occasion? Why certainly, with no sweater and the trusty Birkenstocks, we were cooking with gas and everything was fine.... if a trifle soggy.
There is a steam train which winds its way up to Silverton from Durango, and stops near the visitor's centre. Pretty, but with such a narrow gauge, possibly not the most comfy ride.
The visitor's centre was crammed full of ...