Fairmont Heritage Place, Franz Klammer Lodge
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I don't know what Owen & Elise see in this Off-Roading thing! It's hard to keep ones footing when the Jeep is rocking and bouncing, but we did stop for a while of Marmot hunting on the Magie Gulch Trail. I ran all over that hillside and those darn Marmots just jump down a hole. So I didn't catch any, but it was fun. Check out the pics. Now that Randy shared the pictures Pam has said that Marmots look like little bears. So I'm updating my blog. I'm Brown Bear hunting. Watch out ...
... on our bikes and enjoyed the ride. We rode together for the first 35ish miles: a few hills, a few descents, lots and lots of water. It was gorgeous. Red comes up with names for each of his ride groups, today we were either dubbed: Coffee Crusaders or Casual Crew. Today was a 92 mile day, so first lunch was at mile 45. It turned pretty hot pretty quickly. We climbed a 4 mile mountain and then a 12 mile descent. At that point it was just me and Leash, at the bottom of ...
... followed. The town itself was founded in 1878 as "Columbia", but due to confusion with a California town of the same name, was renamed Telluride in 1887, for the gold telluride minerals found in other parts of Colorado. ...
... which looked interesting. After reading the menu we couldn’t leave. It’s no use trying to tell you what we had, my description would be inadequate. We all opted for the three-course meal. We dined on the patio under a canopy large enough for three tables and an outdoor heater. Others joined us under the tent as the sun set and we got to watch the goings-on of Telluride while ...
... was that there was a concurrent Iron Horse bike race; leaving Durango at the same time as the train. The cyclists then took the highway to Silverton, trying to beat the train. The fastest cyclist got there in a little over 2 hours (again, the train took about 3 1/2), but there were lots of cyclists still coming in during our two hours in Silverton. We saw a lot of cyclists while leaving Durango, but for most of the trip the railroad ...