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... back to our campsite (at Dutch Charlie) to cook dinner wasn’t so bad. Our site overlooked the Cimmaron and Sneffels Mountain Ranges (part of the San Juans). They were snow-capped and glowed beautifully at sunset. At dusk the birds flew all around us. It was so nice to be a part of such tranquility. A series of trails allowed us to take the dogs on walks. They had a renewed vigor that was infectious. This place made me yearn to hike. We could stay here ...
... le Tour” begins Saturday, July 5, on the Versus and NBC Sports Networks.
- Steve Carlton, former Major League baseball pitcher, who won four Cy Young awards for the Philadelphia Phillies before retiring to Durango.
- Louis L’Amour, western author who wrote his Sackett Series at the historic Strater Hotel in downtown Durango.
- Jack Dempsey, boxer who became the world ...
... it started to snow finally, 11
Day 35, 25/1 ski day, not really sure who came out, 12
Day 36 26/1 wet Australian like snow in the morning but who cares at this stage
Frances, Graeme, Steve, Rachel, Marty
Headed off to Tracks for Australia Day festivities, god night, 13
Day 37 27/1, slow start after Australia Day festivities, me, Graeme & Steve
found plenty of fresh tracks after 12 inches of snow, 14
Day 38, 28/1, fantastic day, Graeme, ...
... years now, we have always started out on this road.
The road starts out as just a dirt road winding through a forest, next to a stream. Then it starts to climb, and then turns into a shelf road, with the stream way below. After driving along the shelf road for a while, we came to a spot called the Drinking Cup. There is a small spring here, pouring right out of the rock. There used ...
... than I sometimes think and I managed it against all physical odds - I'm pretty proud of myself.
So I got up early, around 7 AM gave Dia her card and present (a beautiful sarong I've had forever but haven't used for some reason) and packed up some PB&J, protein bars, water, rain gear, a sweater, my camera and got everything in my pack. Dia brought dried apples, almonds and lots of water, we got the dogs in the car and started on our way. It was a beautiful ...