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... he lost 1st and 2nd gear - making his trike inoperable. His friends left him there.
We came upon him in a stranded state and asked if he wanted assistance. He said his friends had left him (we later found out that they drove back to Durango HD to get him assistance). We offered a ride to town (Silverton) - a short 8 miles away. He declined. Then George offered to make a call ...
... as I could. We were the tallest structures for 100s of yards in all directions and pushing 2 bikes was not looking good, although Fit's bike was carbon fibre - we couldn't decide whether this was good news or not. Both of us agreed that we had more to do in our lives - just keep going. This was getting serious.
We were then overtaken by 2 young NZ hikers who were moving very quickly across the ground using aluminium ski poles for balance - a pair of ...
... sunny weather. It was actually cold in the morning, at 60 degrees, which made me really happy. I'm a bit over living in the desert heat, and part of me longs for the cool air of Monterey, minus the fog. I haven’t been in Colorado long, but I already like the altitude, trees, and weather. It’s going to be a bit difficult heading down into New Mexico, where I’ll be in more rocks and ...
... it his life's work to study the area. The story we pieced together was that in 1930 a man studied the area taking photos and documenting everything in his diary. Years later, his grandson returned and using the photographs and diary as his resource, was able to point out a number of tracks and fossils that the local people did not previously know about. Surprisingly we were encouraged to walk over them and touch them and without ...
Well remember yesterday when it was ZERO degrees on top of Pikes Peak? Today it was 28C when I rode into Durango. I am not sitting very satisfied after a Texas Barbeque.
The ride from Frisco to Durango was 284 miles and took me 7 hours and it was worth it. The Passes were lower than around Frisco and resulted in tree covered mountains and small ones that looked like a pile of dirt. I also came through a real forest (one you ...
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