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... in a box canyon. Steep forested mountains and cliffs surround it, with Bridal Veil Falls at the head of the canyon. Numerous weathered ruins of old mining operations dot the hillsides. A free gondolaconnects the town with ...
Let's get our bearings straight. Look at the map. We came out of Ridgway on 62 and right about where the 62 is on the map we turned left onto Last Dollar Road and over the mountain we went to Telluride...25 miles of uphill, downhill, mud holes, stones, ruts, switchbacks and some of the most beautiful scenery we have ever seen...what a great trip. When we left Ridgway we were at an elevation of about ...
... a sign by the cash register that said "Your husband called - you can buy anything you want!" We all laughed at that, and my grandma did indeed purchase the hummingbird.
After that, we went back to the hotel to have dessert! Our dessert was pound cake with whipped cream, along with delicious strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries! It was wonderful, and we all loved it! It was great eating it with family in Ouray, Colorado. A perfect end to tonight!
... I must say Montrose was not very impressive. I was expecting a quaint little mountain town and not a sprawled out city - Target, Chili's, Kohl's, good grief.
We finally rolled into Ridgway State Park 9 hours later. Wow that was the longest 300 miles, ever. It was worth the wait. We camped in the Dutch Charlie campground, Elk Ridge Loop D which sits on top of the mountain. We were about 7200 feet up and we could ...
I got out of the tent early. It was cold and raining and Shannon had had a long night of not feeling well. I fired up the burner and heated up water, hot tea for Shannon and coffee for me. She wanted something hearty for breakfast, so I heated up some minestrone soup for her. She had breakfast in bed, a mountain high sleeping bag bed that is. She stayed in the tent for a while resting and milling ...