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Travel Blogs from Telluride
... we met up with sweep and basically rode the rest of the way together. Today was a really great ride day; there was a tough, like, 30 mile stretch but on the whole it was pretty great. Gorgeous scenery; I love all the water. I think one of my favorite things about Colorado is the streams. They're everywhere and they're so clear. Get arrived at host in a small mountain town called Ridgeway. Hose shower. Group dinner. Blogging. Talking with Kim. Stretching with Taylor. Night time. ...
... day. The scenery took our breath away so we stopped a lot for pictures and to soak it all in. After lunch, we made a pit stop for some shaved ice and cruised into the host after what ended up being a longer day than expected, but definitely the kind of day it's worth taking the time to enjoy every bit of it. The host made us delicious hamburgers and gave us a detailed break down of the challenges of tomorrow's ride on the million dollar ...
... The Netherlands -- Shell's international headquarters. That's way more cool than Boeing sending me to Chicago. Chicago, however, does have better pizza than whatever Curtis is eating in The Netherlands. Other notable people with a Durango connection include:
- Bob Roll, former bicycle racer and one-time Lance Armstrong training partner, who now broadcasts major cycle races, including the Tour de France. You can see how Bob rolls ...
... br> finishing reasonably early most days especially with snow conditions.
my skiis are looking smashed
Getting really patchy, out early and mainly skiied groomers, 9
Day 33, 23/1 just Graeme & I skiied, short day as Mike left today
Went to see Reverend Horton, Texas rockabilly band at the Sheridan Opera house,
good night, 10
Day 34, 24/1, again Graeme & I, late start but we managed to find some good runs,
many dodgy tree runs, and
Along the way Dillon caught up and found an abandoned mine shaft. I didn't climb up but Chris and Dillon did. I simply waited. The terrain was a mixture of sturdy and slippery. There were a lot of loose stones that weren't very good for climbing on.
We walked a bit further and found another abandoned mine, this one I did climb up into. Using my camera, which was running out of battery, we took photos using the flash to light the way. It ...