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... the majority of people were stoners) a long bar to the right, dancefloor and stage to the rear, seating and chill-out zone to the back and a lounge named the mushroom lounge in the opposite room (think we all know what goes on in there ;)) open mic night was on and currently playing was this random awful band consisting of a Santa Claus lookalike and a jack black wannabe. After a bit of egging on Luke and Joe took to the stage, Luke on vocals ...
... but they can never do justice to something like this. Most come back sometime and explore it close up - a trek would be ideal!
Later on in the day we pass through Monument Valley - another awesome place of *********e mountains left in place after surrounding rock has been eroded away over the years. The shapes (monuments) were incredible - hope the photos do them justice!
Then the rain comes as we try to finish ...
... dollars per mile to build the roadway in the 1920s 2. Its fill dirt contains a million dollars in gold ore Pick one, or make up something slightly more creative. A funny thing happens on our way to Ouray: the road is closed! OMG ... The Colorado Department of Transportation has closed a mile-long stretch of the Million Dollar Highway, about three miles from Ouray. The road is closed to all traffic from 8:30 am to 6:30 pm. The DOT is doing ...
... 6/3, ski day 46
Day 69, 7/3, ski day 47
Day 70, 8/3, Day 1 avalanche course, 48
Day 71, 9/3, Day 2 avalanche course
included rescues and snow pits, 49
Day 72, 10/3, last day of avalanche course
day in Alta Lakes, 50
Day 73, 11/3, ski day
Marty birthday, lunch at Bon Vivant, then dinner at Telluride Bistro, 51
Day 74, 12/3, rest day
Day 75, 13/3, ski day, 52
Day 76. 14/3, ski day, 53, I think we skied chute 1 ...
After leaving Moab, we arrived at Mesa Verde National Park to see the cliff dwellings. We toured the Cliff Palace, the Balcony House, and the Spruce Tree House; three different cliff dwellings that are open to walk around.
Yesterday we rode the Durango/Silverton railroad. The top ranked narrow gauge ride in America was running its winter route which meant we could only go halfway, to Cascade Canyon. This has been a lousy snow year so we could have made the ride to Silverton, but ...