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Yesterday's drive was interesting following the Colorado river up through a canyon for 100 miles before hitting the interstate I-70 to New Castle. We went through Cisco, a ghost town that died with the steam train. 18-inch pizza at New Castle and bedding down with Mormons at Econolodge. Sunday was a driving day. We crossed the Rockies over independence Pass with ...
... follow one or another of the recommended byways instead of an interstate highway. Leaving Rocky Mountain National Park, we headed for the "Top of the Rockies" scenic byway, that passes by Mt. Elbert and Mt. Massive, the two tallest peaks in the state.
We drove into the historic town of Leadville and immediately felt welcomed and drawn to the area. Afternoon sun was setting behind the mountains and rain laden clouds were ...
... beautiful views of the canyon.
Once we got through Grand Canyon Park however, we went through nearly 350 miles of 2 lane highway, passing through the Navajo Reservation and the Apache Reservation. Now I could probably write book on why we didn't see anything for these 350 miles save roadside "Native American Art Stands" and I might, but for now let me say it was desolate in the extreme.
Then came Utah, which I didn't think was ...
... headed to Dillon Lake for a picnic lunch. We just finished lunch and the skies opened. A quick dash to the car and we were on the road again. This time our destination was Mount Evans recreation area in the Arapaho National Forest. The road to Mount Evans is the highest paved road in North America. It opened in 1931. We travelled to the summit parking lot, 14,130 feet above sea level. It was a long, slow journey. The weather was closing in and we ...
... last run I caved in and said "Lead the way". That sucker took us 37 minutes of non stop skiing from the top of the mountain. It was Yo Nellie time again. My knees hurt so bad by the time we reached the bottom and Hope just wanted to keep going. Fortunately Karin rescued me with a text inviting us to meet the family at Blue Moose Pizza in the village.
After dinner the girls wanted to ice skate. As we went outside beautiful snow ...