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Day 16 started with gentle awakening in a comfy bed around 7ish am. After great night sleep in the luxurious condo, had a shower got changed then had amazing bacon sandwich for breakfast (life on the road hey). We all chilled out for bit and started to get ready around 10/10.30am to head out. We walked around 10 mins along the river to the Telluride Gondola. This is free cable cart running up the mountain side with some amazing views of Telluride. ...
... smoked out or anything. Once we finished up at the national park we were headed towards telluride Colorado. The scenery was still just gobsmacking. I spent most of the drive with my head against the windows looking out. The scenery was definitely one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen in my life. Snow capped mountains everywhere and snow just every way you looked. We arrived in telluride which was a dainty small little ...
... that the shower was one of those European styles that has a half glass partition instead of a shower curtain so that the water sprays out on the floor. The hotel offers a nightly apres ski happy hour, ski storage (each room gets a locker) and a daily continental breakfast. They also have a large hot tub that looks out on San Juan Ave.
Once I finally arrived and changed into my ski clothes, I went to pick up my lift ticket and then walked next door to the gondola which I ...
... end, there was a huge field filled with them! I think we have all decided that Columbines are our favorite wildflower! But for me, Fireweed comes in a very close second (just for Colorado, though. Everywhere else, Fireweed is the best!)! We saw lots of Fireweed on the trails, and bluebells, lupines, daisies, paintbrush, and so many other flowers that I don't know the names of. Yet. I have a field guide of Colorado Wildflowers, and I hope ...
... heading down to a brook they saw in the distance for water. When we were about 20 minutes away from the trail head Helo laid down in the middle of the trail and I had to coax him for a bit to get him back on his feet. But whenever I stopped to rest, he would lie down and then I'd have to coax him again. It was nice though because he was happy to stay with me at my slow pace while Dia and her dog Waipu walked up ahead. By the time we got back to the trail head I was ...