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... were going to continue our rv trip. An hour later we had it all worked out but we just had to buy all our gear and beat the impending snow storm, which we didn't. Barely made it. But did we have fun watching three feet of snow fall in three days. Simply amazing to our southern eyes. Today we trek on. Next stop a park outside of Gunnison, ...
... sleeping and staying dry. Alex decided he was coming to Colorado with me which definitely helped lift my mood. We spent the weekend getting all of our gear together, then headed off for real.
It was hard saying goodbye to everyone, particularly Maciej. I hope we can stay in contact.
Our transit to Colorado ended up taking almost 5 days, but it was some of the best of my entire trip. Alex and I talked philosophy for hours, I started writing some poetry and Alex began ...
... skiiers and boarders making their way up the mountain but not nearly the crowds we were expecting. It was an awesome day, the sun was out and the mountain looked just magic! Spent our time in the village wondering around the few stores that were open, organised ski gear, lift tickets and some lessons for tomorrow. Also got some supplies for the apartment, it's so great to be able to cook a meal and not eat takeaway food. With all the snow around we just had to go ...
... far as Booth Falls twice I’m
wondering what lies beyond it if I were to continue on the trail, one which
continues on for many miles and goes much higher. I’ve spent a lot of time skiing
in Vail over the years but have often wondered what lies further north of I-70,
one of those pockets of terra incognita in my Colorado travels. Someday I’ll
make it up the dirt road from Vail to Piney Lake in that area.
... before some real hiking. We took the night in Breckenridge fairly easy
in preparation for our more strenuous hikes in the days ahead, in contrast to
our usual boozy reunions. Doug was quite unimpressed with the Italian
restaurant he chose in Breckenridge, one not memorable enough for me to recall
the name, but he’s from the East Coast and a bit of an Italian food snob.