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There was anticipation the morning we left for Ridgway State Park. It was to be the place that the four of us set up camp in order to visit Ouray and Telluride. There was only time for a day trip to both places, but that was ok. This gave us time to walk the main streets of both towns and visit some yummy eating/drinking establishments. Each town has that distinct small-town-looking Main Street with cute, kitschy shops; great hipster watching; and a mountain ...
... dollars per mile to build the roadway in the 1920s 2. Its fill dirt contains a million dollars in gold ore Pick one, or make up something slightly more creative. A funny thing happens on our way to Ouray: the road is closed! OMG ... The Colorado Department of Transportation has closed a mile-long stretch of the Million Dollar Highway, about three miles from Ouray. The road is closed to all traffic from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm. The DOT is doing ...
... 6/3, ski day 46
Day 69, 7/3, ski day 47
Day 70, 8/3, Day 1 avalanche course, 48
Day 71, 9/3, Day 2 avalanche course
included rescues and snow pits, 49
Day 72, 10/3, last day of avalanche course
day in Alta Lakes, 50
Day 73, 11/3, ski day
Marty birthday, lunch at Bon Vivant, then dinner at Telluride Bistro, 51
Day 74, 12/3, rest day
Day 75, 13/3, ski day, 52
Day 76. 14/3, ski day, 53, I think we skied chute 1 ...
... called "Oh Point" (or maybe "Oh! Point" because everyone says "Oh wow!" when looking at the view!). The view from the this spot was incredible. We could see green fields and blue lakes down below us, and rocky snow-covered mountains in the distance. Because we were so high up, it was really windy and cold, even though it is the first day of August! After we took several pictures, we all got back into the jeep, and drove to the point ...
... looked like they were in their 60's and 70's (but they all had awesome walking sticks - note to self; get one of those for the next hike) and I figured if they could make it to the top, so could I. At this point I'd been hiking for about 2 hours at least one of them fully uphill, so I felt confident that it couldn't be too much further.... boy was I wrong.
Up until now I'd been hiking mostly in the shade of the forest, but as I continued to climb there were fewer and ...