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... by a middle aged drunk woman who took us in the wrong direction. As it got dark, we conceded defeat and headed back to the city. We spent a few hours in a pub then decided to catch a midnight bus out there. At 3:30 am on the 5th day of travel, we finally made it to the mountains.
After about 3 hours sleep we were up and on our way to Arapahoe Basin. We got to the top of the hill, bleary eyed and stiff, but all of a sudden filled with energy. We gave each other a big hug, ...
Hello!! David here once again to tell you of our adventuring since we last updated this bloggity thing here. Last we wrote Ible and I were on our way to try our luck on the Vegas Strip. Long story short, we did not hit the jackpot and retire like I had hoped. But, we did have a lot of fun trying it out. After we found a safe place to park the car (apparently parking is free pretty much anywhere on the Strip) we hopped from casino to casino trying our luck and some of ...
... rain we've seen in two weeks. The weather has been ranging from uncomfortably warm to searing hot for the trip (85-100 degrees) but today was cold. 35 degrees in Aspen and talk of snow. We stopped for lunch in Frisco, CO and ate too much yard-bird to continue. Frisco hotel has gridiron on the box, a hot tub, wi-fi and a moose head in the lobby. All the comforts of ...
... the well-preserved ghost town of St. Elmo.
After a restful sleep, we drove to St. Elmo, passing many off-road vehicle enthusiasts who were out for a weekend exploration of old mining routes that crisscross these mountains. St. Elmo, one of the best preserved ghost towns in Colorado, was originally settled in 1878. A gold and silver boom brought a railroad to the town but, by 1910, the boom went bust, the railroad closed, and ...
... of us and e- mail them to me. So, thank you Frank the banker and amateur photographer from Houston. We look forward to seeing our photos. You always wonder if he will remember to send them and if he will send pictures of us or someone else. We will see!.
Hope has this thing about a ski run called Dally....It is the one that is 6 1/2 miles long and green most of the way down. I kept avoiding it all day but she kept insisting so ...