Crossland Economy Studios - Denver - Lakewood West
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Chilly start to the day as we rode through the canyons east of Grand Junction and followed the mighty Colorado River. We climbed over the Rockies reaching a peak of 11,200 feet.
Trudy and Digger were waiting to welcome us home at Aspen Park. Our total distance ridden in 21 days was 3,640 miles/5,860 kms. For the first trip in about 6 years, we never saw a drop of rain on our ride...... a ...
... I can't believe you didn't get a map of the United StatesMe: why do you need a map of the United States?Dad: I need it for a frame of reference.GAPMom: Can we listen to the book now?Dad: NoGAPDad: OK, I have a better route, it's 6 miles longer but it avoids the dirt road Google is routing you on.Me:Google Maps will not send us on a dirt road, we're going her way.10 MINUTE discussion of route.I have ...
... of the mountains and we could see the first half of our train through our windows.
When we stopped at Glenwood Springs station we were alongside the river Colerado and could look across to the spa buildings.Then it was back into the mountains again with deep snow everywhere and frozen rivers before a stop at a place called Granby where it was still snowing . We got out for 5 minutes, long enough for Val to hurl a few snowballs at me near a vehicle half ...
We woke up and went upstairs to have some really nice pancakes for breakfast. Then Dad, Chris and I went to Jax and then the lab. Jax was a outdoors store which sold fishing gear and bait which is what we needed to get. Near the car park there was a field where there were heaps of really cute prairie dogs digging holes on the ground and wagging their little tails. Then we went to the university where Chris worked at to feed some of his ...
The next day was quite the adventure for Pat and I, we decided to do the incline… as the name suggests this involved walking upwards. This is a decent size hill with more than a decent amount of stairs going up it – if you have been to Mount Cook Mullar hutt the stairs think the stairs to the first lockout place – however remember that you start at 7000feet and end up around 9500.