Lost Valley Ranch
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Going through the arapaho forest yesterday I heard a guy from Virginia say "arapaho" so badly I can't see the word now without cracking up. Anyway the camping spot here is closed so I stopped to ask at the bar/restaurant and the owner said I should just camp in back behind the bar. And some motorcyclist just bought my dinner before I could stop him. Thank. You. ...
... third time we got through to the edge.
Finding the place was fun as he worked from a garage down an ally way at the back of someone's house and while turning the bike around on a cambered road I lost my footing and dropped us on the deck seriously damaging my pride. Parts loaded on the bike we ...
... 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 ...
... on the tether. One would think these other pack members could at least follow a simple trail without needing me to lead them. Oh and the park with the little lake is pretty cool once you get past the smell of that goose poop. I'll post a few pictures, then it's nap ...
... or even Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park. There aren’t many edges with steep drop-offs where you’d crash a thousand feet down if you took a turn a little too wide. The scenery from the top is appropriately described as “breathtaking”, or is that just the lack of oxygen?
Pike’s Peak differs from many of the others I’ve climbed in Colorado in the sense of standing alone ...