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Travel Blogs from Telluride
... with our dining neighbors and petted their unusual dog which came and went with their visiting children. With wine it was over $100 per person. That’s extravagant for us, but I didn’t hear anyone utter a word of complaint; the food experience was that memorable and delightful.
By the time we finished we had to worry a little about the last gondola home, but we made it in ...
... Gulch. Up on the ridge a giant cement wall (basically Helm's Deep) jutted out just below the peak across from Tuttle and Houghton Mountain. Straightway, we pulled onto Placer Gulch across the white-washed river rocks and continued on with tunnelvision locked on the bunker?/prison?/castle? up on the hill. My eyes shifted up Placer's Gulch. Boom. It instantly felt like Christmas. Hundreds of sheep covered the ENTIRE valley. My family haha.... Three Great Pyrenees guarded the flock ...
... very early night, 1
Day 24 14/1 decided to take day off as headcold playing up
Day 25 15/1 ski day with Frances & Marty, went out early and came back around 2pm
when weather came in
groomers are still good, still some powder to be found, 2
Day 26 16/1 ski day with Frances, Rachel & Marty, bluebird day, longest day so far,
skiied most of the mountain, mostly on groomers
highlights around Lift 12, Gold Express,
I skied Upper Electra at the ...
... let me. Plus, there are serious rocks everywhere.
5:30 - Since I can breath at a normal rate again I talk to Erin about dinner....Yes, I'm hungry.
5:35 - It has stopped raining but everything is wet.
5:40 - I'm thirsty too. Water has been gone for awhile.
5:45 - Finally make it back to the trailhead - I actually signed the thing again letting them know we made it back okay.
5:48 - Hike is complete. Whew....what a day!
Until next time,
... t find it!!). The town got it's name from back in the day when 'outlaws' used to hide out there as it as so remote and difficult to find. The saying was - 'To hell you ride', over time this got shortened to Telluride. Bit of trivia for you!!
Next stop was Silverton, an old western town which still has dirt roads, except for the main st. Then Durango, another old western town where the hotel staff dress old western style. We took a ...