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Travel Blogs from Telluride
... which looked interesting. After reading the menu we couldn’t leave. It’s no use trying to tell you what we had, my description would be inadequate. We all opted for the three-course meal. We dined on the patio under a canopy large enough for three tables and an outdoor heater. Others joined us under the tent as the sun set and we got to watch the goings-on of Telluride while ...
... Dark Chocolate S'mores and the peace of a fire next to the rapids falling down from Silver Lake.
Following the Animas to Silverton, we set our sights on the peaks surrounding Ouray. The Tacoma took us back through the valley and we stopped shortly at Idarado to explore the much younger ghosthouses. The pastels and funky turquoise shutters definitely screamed the 70's.
The old twin peaks trailhead may or may not have been under reconstruction, ...
... Day 43, 3/2 skied morning, Garry, Frances and everyone
Smugglers for superbowl, 19
Day 44, 4/2, another great Bluebird day, 20
Day 45, 5/2, Fozz, Sal, Steve, Rachel, Neil, Jeff
Bluebird, best runs Electra, Prospect Bowl, 21
Day 46, 6/2, ski day, 22
Day 47, 7/2, snow mobile trip out near Wilson Peak, fun day
first time I have tipped a snowmobile
Day 48, 8/2, big winds, all ridge lifts shut, felt like Thredbo, 23
Water: we need to drink water all the time. We have found that when we see a forestry sign we can get water. We have been carrying one nalgene bottle each and we look for water and places to fill up our jugs. Praise God that the forestry saw fit to put in spicketts in the wilderness, hydration is a big deal.
Praisin: all these things that we are experiencing have been changing us. We are so blessed ...
... get up early, complete the hike and then ride the gondola into Telluride from Mountain Village. She said it was only about three miles, so I thought, no problem - sounds fun. Little did I know that I would be pulling out every ounce of strength in me to complete the upward portion of the hike, praying to all gods and angels to get me to the top of this mountain. I actually thought at one point I might just die beside the trail without ever getting to see the lake - but ...