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... sure if we would make it to the summit but we did.
I suffered a bit with altitude sickness. Just felt a bit light headed and nauseous. This is not unusual for heights above 10,000 feet as most people experience some mild symptoms.
On the way down it was really foggy and we had a little bit of rain. Part way down we came across a herd of mountain goats. Mountain Goats are not native to this area but were introduced in the 1950s and ...
... each of the lakes. And we took in the vistas and enjoyed the quiet and the softness of the early morning sun. We drove through Gunnison, an old small town with it’s own brand of charm and the home of Western State Colorado University, a private college located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.
The next part of the drive took us up to 11,300 ft., to the Monarch Crest, one of several points on the Continental Divide which we ...
... of 18 homes that are rented out, again, much like a luxury yacht charter.
Most memorable was Dean’s comment that Paula was his best employee ever. Back in the day, Paula was a trained chef, but also a “yacht-trained” stewardess. With this cleaning skill and attention to detail, Paula worked for Dean cleaning luxury homes and skiing as much as her free time would allow.
We only had a short drive to meet with ...
Lake Side Terrace turned out to be a pleasant surprise :-) It was a times share kind of a place and we had a condo for our selves. It was totally furnished and beautiful with two bed and two bath. Also associated was a water park.
We had a good nights sleep and the kids and srikanta went to the water park in the morning, they had tons of fun there and in ...
... not very attractive, but an absolute must! Another problem we weren't expecting was altitude sickness. At 1300 ft, the air was very thin. We would be out of breath walking up the stairs. We were advised to drink plenty of water, take a herbal tablet that tasted of ginger and avoid alcohol. Oh well. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger! Fortunately, Monday and Tuesday were glorious - still cold, but clear and sunny. the trails ...