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Travel Blogs from Telluride
... looking out at this scene filling our windows, I had an inspiration for the RV industry. It's the merging of two current technologies.
- "LED" windows in houses can be turned opaque by flipping a switch. They’re used in certain bathroom situations.
- My brother Steve’s Mustang dashboard lighting can display thousands of colors of your choice. ...
... on the hike until it got too steep through the gorse-ish shrubbery. Shrubbery!
We later found that the wooden towers surrounding the Helm's Deep Castle Wall (it was a Gold/Silver Mill) accommodated a tram (mini-train). These wood & iron towers stitched the mines to the mills and the mills to the railroad. I couldn't stop thinking about this valley 100 years ago.
"They left the tables set"
Down the Gulch, we stopped off at every old tunnel and mineshaft ...
... Frances, Marty & Graeme, did a big tour of the resort
late start and finished around 1430, 6
Day 30, 20/1, ski day with Frances, Mike, Marty, Graeme,
big tour for Mike, SuperBowl semis, went to Smugglers to watch second game,
I am now the official kiss of death, 7
Day 31 21/1 ski day with Rachel, Mike, Graeme, Frances,
slow start and getting very skiddy, expensive lunch at Bin Vivant, 8
Day 32, 22/1 ski day with Frances, Marty, Mike, Graeme ...
... you can jump in whenever you want will change everything in your life.
Toilet: finding a place to use the bathroom is interesting. We have been using an eco pit toilet more than anything else. This is obviously much easier for me than for Shannon, but I must say she has been a trooper and is learning a lot from this issue.
Climate control: there is no controlling mother nature. It can go from sweating and 85 to ...
... Murray, who stayed with us as part of his US tour. We took him on an organised jeep trip to the mountains on his first day, the high altitude was quite noticeable for him as he did a lot of huffing and puffing. We showed him the sights for a few days, climbed a few mountains (by car!!) then he took off to New Orleans and Vegas.
17 August, Now it's time for James to return to work - about time, eh!!! He has a grade 1/2 class - he ...