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... Sat outside eating our dinner as the sunset.
The last pass we drove over brought us into new ecosystem we commonly associate with the southwest, with juniper and Pinyon pines and cactus and other plants we find common to the southwest. So we have come full circle. No longer in the northern Rockies, but in the southwest USA.
One small not here if you read this. We harvested Pine nuts! As we ...
It’s been a Sabbath of sorts for us today, and I think we need it, especially David. I wonder how many kms he has driven in the past ten days?
We worshipped at a Lutheran Church in Pagosa Springs, where we were greeted warmly by an active little congregation and preschool. A few supermarket supplies later, we were on our way up into the Rocky Mountains.
The first pass was pretty spectacular: Wolf Creek Pass reaches 3311 metres ...
... deal back then and this road was built to accommodate them. It's a spectacular road with lots of twists and turns, switchbacks and steep climbs and drops. A lot of the road is rim road where there is nothing between the road and the steep drop off. It was just great fun to ride, and we stopped at each of the pass summits to take pictures. There weren't a lot of places between the passes to pull over.
After Silverton, we had evidently made ...
... cold descending into the wind. Matt was experiencing horrendous hot aches just as someone stopped to try and hold a conversation with him about the stunning view ahead. Matt was pretty green and was making unusual noises and facial expressions. Fortunately, the man soon gave up and moved on, and we carried on our way. Frost nip aside, the ride today was actually incredibly beautiful: huge imposing crags forming a gateway to the mountains, unusual rock ...
... on the main road for Twin Lakes only to be dead ended at a combination antiques shop and restaurant where the guy guarding the road informs us there is a bicycle race coming down the road and we are stuck for an hour. Could have been worse, in fact, the restaurant was excellent and when we finished and went outside the bicycles were coming. Okay so what is it? It is the USA equivalent to the Tour De France and it is ...