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... were beginning to fade. Somehow I was able to talk everyone into it. So we all piled into the jeep and headed for the trail. The ghosts of Hells Revenge came upon on quickly. We were less than a quarter mile when I realized that we were in for a long stressful day. Again! The trail climbed hard into the Rockies with several hundred foot drops all over the place. It was also completely covered in 10-20 inch boulders. Moab ...
... there we drove to the Rocky Mountain National Park. We didn't have any specific plans, and the ranger at the visitor's center suggested we drive all the way through the park rather than around it. She seemed to be happy the road was open the entire way, so we took her advice.
I'm scared to death of heights, and driving through that park was somewhat terrifying. It was worth it, but not an experience I'd like to repeat!
... Falls. We got to the trail, but chose not to do the hike. Again today, the storms were moving in. I didn't want to get caught up on a dirt road that was getting washed out. So we headed back down the mountain and back to Gunnison. The timing was almost perfect. We just got down to the paved road before the heavy rains came.
Tomorrow - Lake City, CO.
Chuck and Sheila Noel ...
... Pass as we headed to Buena Vista. We plan to meet Randy Peters and his wife Dori. Randy is a friend of mine who I worked with for many years at John Deere. Randy retired in 2009 and moved to his dream house in the mountains in Buena Vista. It should be a good visit. While traveling through the pass, Sheila and I stopped to have a bit of a snowball fight.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... Heart of the Rockies", settled in 1880. Had coffee at a local cafe, all bib and braces overalls and big hats. Sampled peach pie- yum!
Drove through Buena Vista then past Mt Princeton, 14,000 feet. Travelled along the Arkansas River then up Independence Pass (named by prospectors who defied the local law) from Twin Lakes to the top at 3703 metres. Thick snow everywhere. Glad we had boots and anoraks. Climbed the last 5 metres for ...