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Day 47. Monday 29th September. Salida to Hutchison-Burnett Cow Camp Cabin. We're writing this entry in the Hutchison-Burnett Cow Camp Cabin at 10,800 feet. It's snowing quite heavily outside and we're listening to the wind blow through the trees and the snow patter on the roof of the hut. The wood burner is on, it's now toasty warm, we've just had dinner and a hot chocolate, and we have the place to ourselves. There are even wooden beds for us to sleep on. It's been ...
... venue with clean, concrete floor and fairy lights. What an awesome night! We just slept on our matts on the floor - no tent needed. Day 46. Sunday 28th September. Hartsel Springs Guest Ranch to Salida. It had to happen. Colorado had given us four days straight of perfect weather and consistently stunning scenery. At some point, things had to change, and today they certainly did. Things started very nicely. We had no tent to pack up because we slept in the barn, and no stove and ...
... size and height of the mountains, the remoteness, the lack of trees and plants, there is so much to take in. It never did warm up much that first day on the trail. I had an appointment later in the afternoon to get some new tires installed, so we had to try to make good time. We got off the trail in Salida and headed N to Buena Vista. Traveling in places you've never been especially out west, it's difficult ...
... for ramen and wanted to ask a billion questions for advice on biking across the country. I was shaky, tired, and just wanted to eat lunch. Luckily, Kirsty sort of took over the Q&A. This is one of the advantages of traveling with other people. It took 4 hours to get to the top and 15 minutes to get down. Chris clocked me at 45mph and pulling away. The road was so smooth with no traffic so I could take the lane. This was so much fun! ...
... slipping) and you obviously don't need to spend hundreds of pounds on gear (well that's what we told ourselves anyway)! We eventually reached a lake called The Loch which was situated ......ft above sea level. It was outstanding; beautifully tranquil surrounded with rocks, mountain sides, trees and snow. The snow this high was icy cold and if one looked at a patch that had eroded naturally, it was crystal blue and had turned into odd shapes above the running water. The ...