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... 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
Today, we packed up and started on our drive up to Ouray, Colorado, for a fun weekend of jeep trails and wildflowers! After stopping for a quick lunch at Chick-Fil-A, we continued on up to Ouray, through Durango, and over the Million-Dollar Highway. The views of the surrounding mountains, forests, lakes, and wildflowers are beautiful! We saw many yellow wildflowers, as well as Fireweed! There ...
... and the bumpy road certainly contributed to a wee bit of nausea, but once we parked the car I was feeling good!
I started up the trail feeling confident, energetic and excited! Little did I know we would gain another couple thousand feet before we got to the lake. I'm fairly certain we started out at about 10,000 feet and climbed to 12, 000 feet to get to the lake. It felt waaaaaaaaaaay longer than 3 miles due to the lack of oxygen at that elevation. Dia and Tim ...
... our walk back to camp...about ¼ of a mile. It was still raining a little bit (as we walked with the umbrella wishing for ponchos and with me in sandals and John in his new athletic shoes!) and we managed to stay reasonably dry until we got back to camp and found that the edge of the road that we had to cross to get to our RV was somewhat underwater! We had to take a cut to the left and walk back somewhat back in the direction we had ...