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... it’s located. Dolores is at the southern end of the McPhee Reservoir. In Dolores, we turn east on CO-184, heading for the town of Mancos, whose most notable resident is Luther Elliss, former NFL football player for the Detroit Lions, who once played at the University of Utah (“America’s Team”). Elliss was born in Mancos, attended Mancos High School, and played for the Mancos Blue Jays high school football ...
Day 21 11/1 Hairy flight into Telluride, lucky to get there as snowing in Denver,
lovely dinner for my birthday at New Sheridan
Day 22 12/1 Checked into house, picked up season pass, all the others arrived, watched Denver lose the playoff.
Struggling with altitude, had a headache for a couple of days
Day 23 13/1 First day skiing, extremely cold, only out for a few hours, groomers are ok, many tree runs are closed, needs snow.
came down with heachache, sore ...
... hang out.
I crossed Dallas Divide in the morning and took some unpaved shortcuts through ranch country and into the San Miguel Valley just west of Telluride. I then drove up to Telluride Mountain Village, the modern ski village on the mountainside above town. It is one of those glitzy purpose-built ski resort areas similar to Snowmass Mountain or Beaver Creek that nicely complements the older historic town below. Beyond the condos ...
Back in the 1990s one of my favorite recreational activities involved climbing Fourteeners, the 14,000 foot peaks in Colorado, of which there are at least 54. That number seems to be the official or most restrictive number while a few other peaks exceed that height but don't have enough of an elevation drop between them and a neighboring peak to be considered separate peaks and fourteeners in their own right. Up until leaving Colorado for a while in the early 2000s I had ...
... Murray, who stayed with us as part of his US tour. We took him on an organised jeep trip to the mountains on his first day, the high altitude was quite noticeable for him as he did a lot of huffing and puffing. We showed him the sights for a few days, climbed a few mountains (by car!!) then he took off to New Orleans and Vegas.
17 August, Now it's time for James to return to work - about time, eh!!! He has a grade 1/2 class - he ...