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... the afternoon falling over. It had been a while.
For the last few days we have been up at the ski hills, getting better everyday and absolutely loving it. Keystone is huge, with the gondola taking 10 minutes to reach the top of the run. We've had some big falls but keep coming back each day and doing it again.
We've been camping on the fringe of town and it's starting to get cold. It's expected to get as low as -15 degrees by the end of the week which should be interesting!
... not a fun thing to deal with. We had thought that by coming to the park this time of year we would avoid the crowds. Wrong. We lucked out on that small hike in the canyon in the parking lot for sure. Cars were parked literally everywhere. On our way out we had heard of another short hike that we possibly wanted to do. After passing the parking lot that led to the trail head, we said no, thank you. The cars were so close together and there was simply no where to ...
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 ...
... Jack suggested that we find a cabin for the next few nights. Luckily, we stopped at the forest service office where we met a local resident who suggested we try Beaver Lake Estates where they have three guest cabins for rent at the bargain basement price of $35 per night!
Off we went to the Estates! And when we arrived, there was indeed a cabin waiting for us that overlooked Beaver Lake. And it was rustic and fine, so we stayed ...
... Pass. The Pass and Divide are 11,900 feet/3665 metres above sea level and are part of the Rockies.
The Continental Divide is a natural boundary line that divides the flow of water between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. It runs from northwestern Canada along the crest of the Rocky Mountains to New Mexico.
We then drove through Keystone over the Swan Mountain to Breckenridge. Breckenridge is located in north ...