Little Grizzly Creek Ranch
Travel Blogs from Walden
- Woke up at 8:30
- Realized there was still so much to do
- Went to the Yampa River Core Trail to jog again
- Visited local event called Oktoberwest
-Participated in a meat eating contest
-Got so full that i couldnt go anywhere so i went to the motel room and fell asleep
... the map? Granted, the afternoon was going to be tough, climbing for twelve miles and gaining 1,700 feet. But the morning? We started at 8,937 feet. Twenty miles later we would be at 7,000 feet in Radium. How hard could losing 2,000 feet be? The answer was 'really quite hard'. Out here, things are never quite as simple as on the road in the European Alps. There, you climb all morning, reach the col, and then descend in the afternoon - and descending actually ...
... It remains so today. The campgrounds are short distance from the lake and while fishing is encouraged, there are no docks or services along the shoreline. As we walked around the lake, we noticed a great variety of mushrooms growing in the shaded and damp forest.
After two nights, it was time to move along and it was time for a day in town to take care of essentials such as washing clothes and stocking up on groceries.
... Oregon Trail spanned part of the future state of Kansas and nearly all of what are now the states of Nebraska and Wyoming. The western half of the trail spanned most of the future states of Idaho and Oregon.The Oregon Trail was laid by fur trappers and traders from about 1811 to ...
... I get a message from a lady named Jennifer who tells me that she found my camera on the side of the road and there was a reciept with my name and number in it. She asked where we were and I told her, she goes on to tell me that her mom will be driving into Walden the next morning! What are the odds of that?! Again, I am freeking out but in a good way! An awesome start to our very, very long ride.