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... a place in a time warp - an early western era place with creaky floorboards dating back to the 1800s. Plenty of character and comfortable beds but there was more water coming from the tap gland than the showerhead itself. But all a great experience!
Dinner was in a place called the Handlebar Restaurant just around the corner to the hotel - a very characterful place with beer served in jugs.
Silverton is nestled ...
... for now. We plan to enjoy it and take advantage of the spectacular beauty and amazing skiing while we continue our travels locally. This is our next life chapter, and we are excited to learn more and meet new people. Most of all, we are excited as our life journey continues.
With clear eyes and an open heart, we are happy to be back in the United States.
... didn't cross it. However, Stephanie, Kurtis, Zack, and my dad all walked across the river. They even took off their shoes and socks, and crossed barefoot! They said the water was extremely cold, and had probably been part of a snowbank further up the mountain not too long ago. Once everyone was back on one side of the river (and the crazy part of the family had thawed out their feet!), we took a picture of the whole family (minus my aunt, ...
... of those froo-froo Starbucks drinks and ourselves a bottle of wine for our soak in the hot tub back at the cabin. There are definitely worse ways to spend an afternoon/evening, though the rain clouds have even followed us out to Hesperus so the soak will be short.
Lessons learned today:
1) I am a flatlander. As beautiful as the San Juan Skyway is, I cannot ever imagine speeding along the way so many of the cars did. Sweaty ...
... my grandpa, Stephanie, myself, and my cousin Zack riding. My aunt drove the other jeep, and my mom, my grandma, and my cousin Kurtis rode with her.
To get to the start of the jeep trail, we drove back along the Million Dollar Highway for a few miles. Shortly after the turnoff onto the dirt road, we drove across a small stream. We got out to take pictures of the two jeeps crossing the streams, and we laughed ...