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It wasn't until we crossed in Colorado (and mountain time) that we started to see more green again and some water – creeks, manmade narrow canals and reservoirs. We crossed over the Arkansas River but had no chance to take a picture. I was shocked. The riverbed is wide enough but there were only 3 smalls streams running trough it! This country is ...
... this time for breakfast. The ride from Manitou Springs to Woodland Park is a wonderful climb through red rock formations, but once you head west out of Woodland Park, it flattens out and is mostly just prairie until you hit the mountains around Buena Vista. It's beautiful to be able to see so many miles across the prairie at the mountains looming in the distance. By the time we reached US-285S, we realized that we had already been on this ...
I plan to start in Pueblo Saturday morning August 22 and go to Cotopaxi.
Thoughts at the beginning of the trip. I have put the towns I hope to reach each day. After I get to Yuba City it will depend on how I feel and what I want to see that day.
I have a ticket to fly back Sept 14 but I may come home before that.
Because I have not rode the bike as many miles as I planned to this summer I will probably stay in Gunnison two nights to recover ...
... After a good hour of catching up, unfortunately, we all had to say farewell and hit the road so we collected George and continued north toward Colorado and the Rocky Mountains. Or so we thought. It turns out that the closest we got to the Rockies was a nice view out of the left side of the car. Most of Colorado that we saw is high plains. Who knew there was more to Colorado than mountains? Hmm.. maybe I should have paid as much attention to U.S. Geography as I did to ...
... for hotel swimming pools, rum and cokes, And a good dinner at Ted Nelson's Steakhouse.
Today we did Montrose to Pueblo, CO, in much cooler temperatures. It felt good to be back in CO, climbing Monarch Pass, and riding through the twisties.
Tomorrow we get to see Jim and Cindy Britton, old friends in Garden City, KS.