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... every stop we kept adding clothes as the altitude increased. A few more winding roads and Telluride appeared as if an oasis in the mountain valley. It is located in a box canyon at 10,000 feet and surrounded with snow covered mountains that must have reached 15,000 feet. A beautiful place for ...
... We'll be setting our alarm clocks tonight, knowing if we oversleep, the road will be closed and we may stay in Ouray until it reopens tomorrow night! *** Day Thirteen Summary: Smugglers blues in Telluride, a lesson in mining chemistry, we’re lost but we’re making good time, a million dollars for the taking. To see today’s complete route from Ouray to Durango and back to Ouray on the Million Dollar Highway, click here. What will tomorrow ...
14. Ancient Ruin of Drukgyel Dzong
15. Monasteries: Punakha Dzong, Wangdue Phodrang Dzong, Paro Dzong, Trongsa Dzong and Dagana Dzong
16. Tamzhing Monastery
I finally made it to Telluride! I had been wanting to go there for years. Even before I started skiing, the town has always called to me. The only thing stopping me from going was always that the return flights back to Boston were poor options; this time I just decided to do it anyway despite the not so great options.
You can opt to fly into either Telluride which is 15 minutes from town or you can choose to fly into Montrose which is 1.5 hours away. Due to what I had ...
... a cliff? Geula's body was shaking for most of the trip, perhaps from the road, but perhaps that was not the full reason. The boys, including Michael, did a lot of hooting and had a great time. By the end of that day, everyone was tired. Must have been all that adrenalin!
The following day, we spent part of the day at a lake in Ridgway State Park. The boys had a great time swimming and playing on a playground. Later ...