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... on the bike made it real squirrelly above 30 mph. So I rode my brakes like a flat lander. I was concerned about over heating them. The next 30 or so miles were generally down hill with a few small climbs, in short nice riding. I have crossed paths with 3 other bike riders today. One from New Zealand he is riding the contental divide. The other two are headed west and we cross paths several times this afternoon. ...
... enjoy the scenery, which is always special through this part of the country. We drove south through Provo and then turned east into the mountains where the topography is breathtaking…hills and mountains where dark evergreen bushes and trees adorn a landscape of multi-shades of green groundcover and where stone walls line the highway in striations of tan and pink and orange…as colorful as a fall ...
... of waterfalls all the way up. No pictures--we were concentrating in the road! On the way back, we took what we thought was a short cut, but it turned out to be a long cut--we did see some new country. We were glad to get back on a paved road! This afternoon we packed everything up & took our last walk here. We're loaded and ready to head out for our next stop tomorrow ...
Thursday, July 30 Today we rode the motorcycle 8 miles down a dirt road to Tin Cup, a historic little town known for its silver mines back in the old days. It's very small and there's not much there, but it was a fun ride. We were here many years ...
Distance traveled: 162 miles
We left Ouray to venture north. Our first slight adventure was seeing the aftereffects of a rockslide on the road. The rocks had fallen to cover the right lane completely, likely having covered the entire road before initial cleanup. But they had diverted traffic around so that we were able to make it past.
We went out on a quest for snow, driving to higher altitudes on back roads with the goal of reaching both desert ...