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We worked our way up past Mountain Village, a suburb of Telluride where Larry and Kathy stayed, and parked in a National Forest Campground in a copse of Aspen trees. Inside the trailer it was like being in a tree house with beautiful scenes of Aspen forest filling every window. Outside our dining room windows we could see our own pond through the Aspen boles with ducks coming to visit.
... Gulch. Up on the ridge a giant cement wall (basically Helm's Deep) jutted out just below the peak across from Tuttle and Houghton Mountain. Straightway, we pulled onto Placer Gulch across the white-washed river rocks and continued on with tunnelvision locked on the bunker?/prison?/castle? up on the hill. My eyes shifted up Placer's Gulch. Boom. It instantly felt like Christmas. Hundreds of sheep covered the ENTIRE valley. My family haha.... Three Great Pyrenees guarded the flock ...
... I do not know, but we did! We sampled locally made chocolate and cakes, honey and other foods; went to an "authentic" Irish pub (where their "oral delights" and "spicy leprechaun balls" were...interesting?) which served fish and chips...pub food in 'Murcia! After that we spent an hour and a half in a photo shop doing a Wild West themed photo shoot. At first the photographer wasn't really all that into it, but we soon got her ...
... nearby. They called patrol and they showed up and drove me to the Telluride Medical Center. At the center they verified that I had not severed my tendon and I got stitches. I was out skiing again by 3pm but I just stuck to the lift 4 runs.
Dinner tonight was at the New Sheridan Chop House. I got a margarita, French Onion Soup and 10 oz sirloin with the green peppercorn sauce. The steaks are all served with roasted garlic and come with a bread basket (garlic pita ...
... with a group of other guys, but he came up to pet the dogs saying that he really misses his dogs when he travels. So, we invited him to ride with us in our gondola and he jumped at the chance. While we were riding he told us he was scared of heights so it was nice to have the dogs to pet for a distraction. He was visiting Colorado from Texas - he said he was in the oil industry and was telling us about all the fun things he's been doing in Colorado. Of course, we didn't ...
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