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2. Forbidden City, China
3. The Citadel, Vietnam
4. Tiger’s Nest, Bhutan
5. Temples of Angkor, Cambodia
Starting at Spring Creek Pass near Creede, we began hiking with our 50
& 60 pound packs. My parents, Tom & Annette, graciously dropped
us off. We immediately started gaining elevation
from 10,900 ft. We hiked up and down over Jarosa Mesa to our first stop
8.7 miles into the Rio Grande National Forest. we camped across from
the ruins and rebuilding site of the Colorado Trail Friends Yurt, which
was recently destroyed in a wind storm. Surprisingly ...
... not much an exaggeration in a county that has around 700 people, most of whom live in Silverton. Getting to the town involves crossing either one or two treacherous mountain passes depending on whether you’re approaching from north or south, and having crossed them during good weather in daylight hours I can honestly say I would not care to drive across them in snowy weather or even at night. We don’t even do guardrails in Colorado, ...
... and we sauntered on out of the restaurant to find a few MORE clouds that were a little MORE menacing roiling around the sky. Oops. Perhaps we should have brought our ponchos?? As we walked passed Natalia's Restaurant it started to rain so we popped in there for dessert and coffee. We had Bread Pudding which was NOWHERE as good as Pat Ruskin's even though it was very good. Reading on the menu we discovered that Natalia's was the last ...
... were low clouds shrouding the mountains, and most of the time we followed a swollen and swiftly flowing river through the mountains to the old mining town of Silverton. The mine just closed down in 1991, and since then the town has become a tourist destination. There are some beautiful old buildings in Silverton, and lots of craft and souveneir stores. It finally ...