Knights Inn Durango
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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(This first part was written on December 9th...) I'm writing right now with excitement, anticipation, and joy! I just received word that my best friend, Katie, had her baby and at home where she always wanted to be! I can't help but immediately start bawling. But let's rewind an hour and 25 minutes earlier when Katie texted me and said to stop over for a visit because she thought this was it! No big deal - So the ...
... got broken up, but Kim and I stuck together. Katie joined us at the top. At the top and on the other side of the mountain the weather started to turn. We put on more layers and hop back on the saddle. It's a 10 mile descent. It's absolutely freezing. At one point it starts to rain. The roads are slick so we have to ride slower, the rain is pelting, the temperature has dropped, the wind is slicing us and the cars spraying us with water. But the time we got to lunch at the very bottom ...
Arrived in Durango 6pm after 10 hours in the car - the trip was amazing with some of the most amazing scenery i have ever seen ! Although frustrating, as we got to Ouray 74 miles from Durango, we were told we had a 4 hour wait and a slow 2 hour drive through the pass to Durango due to on going construction work on a rock fall. We took the snakes head pass ...
... 8211; a native American center. We had time to walk around and
explore for a bit, i got a coffee and then went back on the coach. We
started watching superbad movie, but did not finish it before we got
to monument valley. First up we went to the visitors center where we
had time to take some pictures, admire the view, have a look at the
gift shop and explore the area for a bit.
Back on the coach we finished superbad, then stopped at
... pedals as we push the bikes uphill and both of us are losing weight - clearly a benefit to me, but much less so for Fit bro.
We made good progress through some lovely singletrack up to the start of the multiple peaks and false summits of Kennebeck pass. We zipped along at around 11,000 feet on a sort of long ridge before starting the long, long drag up to Kennebeck pass.
I was feeling better but at the first summit, there was a sprinkle of rain in ...