Lost Valley Ranch
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The adventure is over. I am home with my sweet wife Cindy. And all is good.
I want to thank Fane for joining us in Bend, Oregon. These guys are more like brothers to me rather than cousins. Fane's sense of humor and presence was a blessing. He drove us all around on our lay day and entertained us.
I want to thank Jeff for, as Lesli put it, being our Education Director. ...
Angela - we've been off the grid, literally. To get to the camp ground we had to drive on unpaved road. I'm a city girl so this was very foreign to me. Once there we drove on even more unpaved road to the top of the mountain which was to be our camping site. I said "was" because once the sun went down and it was pitch black i was ready ...
... to pick up the brake pads and headed on out through the mountains once out of Denver the sun was out in its full glory not a cloud in sight, we climbed to around 10000 ft along side a very fast flowing river on some fantastic roads, it became quite cold at times but we were only up high for a short time. ...
... because we thought there was a paved road for the entire distance. The Huard's decided to wait a while longer.
As we headed west on Ute Pass toward Woodland Park, we drove into a winter wonderland. A severe hailstorm left behind four to six inches of hail. The road was completely covered. In fact, there was so much hail on the road that the county called out snow plows to clear the way. It was ...
... the Colorado peak the most people who live outside the state could name. There are a couple reasons for it. One is that it is so prominent, towering almost 8,000 feet above the plains at Colorado Springs. Most other peaks in the state don’t have such a great altitude difference from the land around them. Pike’s Peak is also the "Purple Mountain Majesty" in the patriotic song “America the Beautiful” kids ...