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... Pass as we headed to Buena Vista. We plan to meet Randy Peters and his wife Dori. Randy is a friend of mine who I worked with for many years at John Deere. Randy retired in 2009 and moved to his dream house in the mountains in Buena Vista. It should be a good visit. While traveling through the pass, Sheila and I stopped to have a bit of a snowball fight.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
... 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 ...
... to see if they could accommodate me for an extra night and I was in luck. I was able to stay in the same room.
Dinner tonight was at Brexi Brasserie. I was early (they open 5:30pm—I arrived 5:15) and they seated me anyway which was nice. I got a chocolate martini, onion soup and steak frites with steak butter. The parmesan fries were especially enjoyable—thin and crisp. For dessert I got Chocolate Truffle cake ...
... the Mountain Manhattan and Kelly had the White Hot Martini. We ordered starters - escargot, lamb tandoori, and potatoe chips with blue cheese and chives. Watched the Riviera golf tournament for a bit, talked to a bartender who used to live in Austin, and generally had a great time. Walked back to the condo, then watched the Oscars (not so great).
Monday February 23
Back to breakfast at Park and Main - another great breakfast sandwich ...
From there it was an easy jaunt over to Guanella Pass, a 22-mile byway that runs north-south between Grant and Georgetown. We started at the southern point, stopping to enjoy a tasty BBQ lunch from a busy roadside stand. Along the route, we topped out at 11,669-feet and enjoyed spectacular vistas of peaks and valleys before arriving in Georgetown, which is squeezed into the narrow valley at the northernmost point of this tour. ...