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From Gunnison, we rode through some of the most spectacular scenery you will ever see. Ouray takes your breath away. Have some spectacular video footage which I will put on youtube when I get time. Found a brewery in Cortez (another one) - best stout. Weather great but cold in the mornings.
... got to see and our tour guide explained each of them to us as well as educating us to difference between narrow gauge rail and regular rail. We also got to see the turntable, the metal shop, the carpenter's shop, the roundhouse, and the museum. The gift shop was a big hit, of course, and I don't think Clay stopped asking questions the whole time we were there. Overall it was a great experience for all of us.
... so we could get organised & head back out. Decided to do the shorter loop & what can I say, it's the Grand Canyon - incredible! Headed back to the hotel, caught the Grand Canyon IMAX show & then the next mission was dinner. Found a Chinese shop & we were a bit stressed as there was no one in there, but a few spring rolls, sweet & sour chicken, vegies stir fry & steamed rice and we started to feel a whole lot better! Ready to tackle the canyon ...
After a good night’s sleep at the Hampton Inn, we woke to a beautiful day with clear blue skies.
We packed up the Highlander and headed to the Great Sand Dunes National Park, about 2 ½ hours southwest of Colorado Springs.
Mark had called before our trip to inquire about renting a sand board and sand sled. When Mark asked what time we should arrive to rent the equipment, they suggested 8:00 a.m. That wasn’t going to happen, ...
... built by the Ancient Pueblo peoples,
sometimes called the Anasazi. There are over 4000 archaeological sites
and over 600 cliff dwellings of the Pueblo people at the site.
The Anasazi inhabited Mesa Verde between 600 to 1300, though there is