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... too soon and is sorely missed.
After walking through the sanctuary, Sheila and I headed back downtown to look at the shops - we didn't buy anything - all the stores were pretty high classed. Before leaving Aspen, we drove to the Ashcroft Ghost Town. In its heyday, this town was bigger than Aspen. Now it is a series of log cabin buildings. You can only imagine what life was in the town.
We headed ...
... Alamo rental car and head west right into the storm front. By the time i reach the top of the Rockies the weather is appalling. Next to zero visibility, plenty of snow falling. Finally make it to Breckenridge, which looks very pretty as the whole area is covered in snow.
A day to do very little, just adjusting to the high altitude and low oxygen levels.
Drove the scenic route to Leadville and returned back via Minturn. Some very pretty scenery and some ...
... Around 1pm the clouds rolled in and it snowed all afternoon. My favorite run of the afternoon was Sheer Bliss.
Back at the hotel, my heat was still not working despite the management cranking it up to 85 degrees. So I trotted back to the front desk to let them know it still wasn’t working. They said they would send someone else to look at it while I was at dinner.
Dinner tonight was at Su Casa. I enjoyed the ...
... A cute place, pretty small, friendly staff. Looked in a few stores on Main Street, including a great little used book store called Ole Man Berkins - I couldn't help but buy a couple of books. Back to the condo, then on to the slopes. We did a few green runs, then up to the top of Peak 9 and came down Bonanza (blue) on to some greens (Lower American) etc. Then dressed for dinner and walked to Briar Rose Chop House - excellent! We had good cocktails - ...
... follow one or another of the recommended byways instead of an interstate highway. Leaving Rocky Mountain National Park, we headed for the "Top of the Rockies" scenic byway, that passes by Mt. Elbert and Mt. Massive, the two tallest peaks in the state.
We drove into the historic town of Leadville and immediately felt welcomed and drawn to the area. Afternoon sun was setting behind the mountains and rain laden clouds were ...