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... to check it out. Like so much of this area it is hilly, but there was one concrete path that ran along the side of a stream, but with the snow melt it was more like a raging river. We rode about 2 miles into the town of Ridgway, where we rode up and down some of the main streets of the town; it was a small but very well kept town. Returning to where we left the truck we decided to continue over the ...
... Man-Made Attractions
1. Great Wall, China
2. Forbidden City, China
3. The Citadel, Vietnam
4. Tiger’s Nest, Bhutan
5. Temples of Angkor, Cambodia
... to a "big" town (Montrose), we decided to head back into town and deal with getting it fixed. Good news in that the windshield can get replaced without too much financial pain, but not until tomorrow (Tuesday) morning, so we're planted in Montrose for the day.
As a sidenote, leaving the campground this morning the trip odometer rolled over 10,000 miles for ...
... mountain with its own private shoreline. We stopped there for a spell, taking it all in as we skipped rocks across the lake. We felt like the early settlers who had come across a piece of paradise that no one else knew.
We looped back to the camper, had breakfast then headed over to Ouray. As we travelled down Hwy550 for 10 miles to Ouray we made frequent stops to snap pictures of the Umcompahgre River which hugged the corner of the road.
... ball soup before 10am, but savoring it, I assure you scallops and tuna will be a delight... That is, of course, if anything at all is written in English (which it's not) and what I've actually ordered is indeed what I meant to order.
So, off I go. Wish me luck making a tight connection in Los Angeles and even more luck not going stir crazy somewhere over the Pacific Ocean. I really hope All Nippon Airways provides hot towels.