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... ski resort to visit. The mountains surround the town like an amphitheater. The reason for being there can be viewed from everywhere in the narrow valley. Larry got several recommendations for a place to eat and we looked at the best one. The food descriptions were, shall we say, unusual. Nothing on the menu turned Darlene on so we had a drink and searched for a second opinion. We found a ...
... to chew on some yarrow for a toothache or make goldenrod tea for affliction with tuberculosis. You never can be too prepared.
Due to our spot on the eastern slope of California Pass, the sunrise was somewhat reluctant. Around 7, we got some water boiling and made tea and granola and ran around to the surrounding mine shafts to keep warm. After the sun had chased the chills away, we packed up camp and climbed up over the pass and down into California ...
Day 11 Zadar
Day 12 This is a surprise!
Day 13 & 14 Dubrovnik
Day 15 Split
Day 16 Frankfurt
Day 17 Houston
... a shirt or sticker or something that says, "I survived the hike to Upper Cascade Falls."
4:55 - It starts to sprinkle and we're having to be careful because of the slick rocks but we're making way better time going down.
5:00 - Erin yells at me to stop right where I am!! I turn to look at him and think, this is it. It's a bear and I'm a goner.
5:01 - Sigh a shallow breath of relief that it's only an awesome rainbow.
5:02 - Take pictures of the rainbow ...
Try to keep this one brief and give a bit of a run down of the latest. After our 5 week road trip on the east coast, it was good to return to Denver to the more temperate climate and out of the humidity.
To finish off the long summer break we decided to head to the southern part of Colorado for a week.
We visited towns of Crested Bute (very cute).
Ouray - famous for it's natural hot springs (thunderstorms brewing on the day we were ...