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... 1095;ера был баран 80;й бурге 88; у меня на ужин, с лимон 85;ым айоли, да с местн 99;м малин 86;вым ...
... About 25 miles from Durango, we pass by the Durango Mountain Resort, sometimes known by its former name, Purgatory. The name Purgatory comes from Purgatory Creek, which runs through the area – and from Purgatory Flats, today the location of the ski area’s base. The ski resort’s base is at 8,793 feet; its peak is 10,822 feet. Legend has it that the Purgatory name comes from miners who were trying to get from Durango to ...
... Day 43, 3/2 skied morning, Garry, Frances and everyone
Smugglers for superbowl, 19
Day 44, 4/2, another great Bluebird day, 20
Day 45, 5/2, Fozz, Sal, Steve, Rachel, Neil, Jeff
Bluebird, best runs Electra, Prospect Bowl, 21
Day 46, 6/2, ski day, 22
Day 47, 7/2, snow mobile trip out near Wilson Peak, fun day
first time I have tipped a snowmobile
Day 48, 8/2, big winds, all ridge lifts shut, felt like Thredbo, 23
... Choo-choo work its way through the
valley we camped in and found our place at Molas Lake then Little Molas
Lake later that day. Dave, Tracy, and Josie split off from us during the
afternoon and hitched there way to Silverton for a resupply. We found
ourselves at Little Molas Lake. After discussion amongst our group
members the general consensus was that we would stop here instead of our
preplanned destination of Junction Creek in Durango due to ...
... get up early, complete the hike and then ride the gondola into Telluride from Mountain Village. She said it was only about three miles, so I thought, no problem - sounds fun. Little did I know that I would be pulling out every ounce of strength in me to complete the upward portion of the hike, praying to all gods and angels to get me to the top of this mountain. I actually thought at one point I might just die beside the trail without ever getting to see the lake - but ...