Silverado II Resort & Event Center
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We made it to Boulder Wednesday night and found our campsite at the top of a windy, steep, narrow, 4-wheel-drive-necessary dirt road up in the mountains. It was a 45 minute drive from the city so we decided to pack up early Thursday morning in search of a new home. We went to grab a quick bite in Boulder and I fell in love. We ate a delicious breakfast and then spent a couple hours wandering around the shops of the Pearl Street Mall which takes up ...
... and admire what they've achieved. My Mt Sanitas climb gained an elevation of 1255 ft in 1.6 miles of straight upward climbing. This puts the summit at just shy of 7000 ft. I sat for a while and felt that this was a bad idea as my legs began to cool. So I start down the other side. This decent goes down the front of the mountain, as opposed to my assent the went right up it's rocky spine. The decent was initially difficult as my fatigued legs didn't like the climbing ...
... which is an intricate honeycomb of a stone that is hard to erode nestled amongst a ton of limestone. The next day we drove to denver international Airport to pick up our third roommate for the trip JAMES!!! We are super excited to have him because just me and mike were starting to go crazy ffrom having just the two of us and no interaction with other people our age. I am writing this from jame's friend Body's apartment where we have been staying for two days ...
... I looked around me everyone was very focused on breathing and pedaling not necessarily in that order. Also as I mentioned earlier it was eerily quiet with very little conversation. I'm pretty sure this was where the idea that this resembled a "death march" popped into my head. This was reinforced a short time later when I saw a guy off on the side of the bike path leaning over his bike and let's just say he was regretting having eaten the Mexican food the ...
... br> Asa Firestone: The Bold, the Brash, the Beautiful?
Regular readers of our blog may recognize this face from our trip to the Cordillera Blanca, Peru. We took advantage of Asa's current residence of Boulder to have a few short but fun visits with him--it's always good to reconnect with this man of wonder! Along with showing ...