Circle K Guest Ranch
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... breakfast tea yum yum. Sat there taking in the views we got chatting to a cute little old English couple who had come out on there holidays. After we refuelled it was time to hit the shops and have a good look round telluride. This place is so quirky and unique a very hip and trendy place. After scouring the shops me and Dani headed back to the condo. After updating my blog, uploading my pics, nice Skype chat with my bestie Kirsty and a little chill out I ...
Today has to be bullets, I'm a very sleepy girl: -This morning was complete chaos (SUS was there, so there were 60+ Bike & Builders trying to get ready in the morning; SUS has much more morning energy than we do, not to many people in our group chit chat before mile 10) -A huge fired up cheer with both groups -It took forever to get our the door... So many people -Ben hurt his hand -45ish mile day -Spent some time at a local bike shop - got my chain ...
First stop this morning was gas which Regan negotiated without an issue. I had seen a sign for espresso at quite a cool looking cafe so I had buggered off to try it out. It was the best latte I have had so far, not NZ standards but good for round here. We had a quick walk up and down the Main Street, lots of Route66 souvenirs and cowboy boots. Then off to the canyon. We entered the park just after 10 and ...
... pots were well thought out by the bride and groom. It was a wedding that clearly resembled their personalities and passions.
The real magic came on September 8th, 2013 when the honorary couple were wed in a traditional Native American ceremony officiated by a celebrant of Hopi and Navaho descent.
During the peaceful and powerful procession heartfelt vows were read ...
... the Utes in Southern Colorado. She made a point that as she and Chief Ouray "walked in moccasins in Washington, DC they didn't make any noise there" and so they were not heard.
As we rolled along through the beautiful countryside toward Silverton, we came to a stop to take on more coal and added water. The train's fireman must shovel 4 1/2 tons of coal to make the trip! We huffed and puffed our way up the mountain...such fun it was!