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... sure if we would make it to the summit but we did.
I suffered a bit with altitude sickness. Just felt a bit light headed and nauseous. This is not unusual for heights above 10,000 feet as most people experience some mild symptoms.
On the way down it was really foggy and we had a little bit of rain. Part way down we came across a herd of mountain goats. Mountain Goats are not native to this area but were introduced in the 1950s and ...
... what we were getting into when we began this leg of the trip. We have been on a lot of mountain roads, making hairpin turns, and circling mountain ridges as we climbed. But for some reason, this road freaked me out. I shocked Steve when I asked him to turn around after about 20 miles. The road was so narrow and the drop-offs so steep and so high up, with no guard rails, I had a feeling this was not going to turn out well. So we returned to the ...
... a campfire which represented the best of what family and being together through thick and thin means to me. It was one of the special hopes of this trip come true.
So as we prepare to leave the mountains and head to the flat lands of eastern Colorado and Kansas and Missouri, I'm thankful for the adventure and truthfully longing for my own bed. But between now and then there are more adventures to come and few more friends to pester.
... soon they got their scooters and rode them around. Then they went on the paddle boat and soon after we went on the sky ride. It was a fun ride to the top of the copper mountain. But it was close to evening and looked like it would rain so we did not have much to do and came back. soon it started to rain and there was not much to do. all the rides closed and we ...
We left Moab in 40 degree heat, ready for the next biking location. It wasn't too far away, and although we swapped the red rocks for tan colored mountain backdrops, and sweet fast single track - we didn't leave the desert...and the heat. We said goodbye to Utah and hello to Colorado. Fruita is a known biking town and also thrives off irrigation. The Colorado river which used to run all the way to the ocean - is used here (and all over the western side of the U.S) for people as ...