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... It is 9,603 feet above sea level. It was founded by white settlers in 1859 in search of gold. It is now a all season recreation and holiday destination. It has world class ski-ing and in summer offers hiking, bike riding, rock climbing, fishing and kayaking.
It still has a lot of timber historic buildings that now house boutiques, restaurants, cafés and bars. We were surprised to come across a Bubba Gump Shrimp Restaurant.
... and continued on our way toward Silverthorne. I guess we should have listened to Mrs. GPS's ranting. Call me a coward. I can take it.
We passed through a town called Leadville, and my research tells me that it is the highest city in the USA at over 10,200 ft. It was an old mining town in days long past, and it too has it’s own brand of charm. Beyond it was a huge mining operation in a town called Climax. I could see a mountain in ...
... long since we’d seen them.
Sandra suggested the Best Western just a walk away from the amphitheater and we enthusiastically trotted over, following her suggestion to meet for breakfast in the morning as a warmer alternative.
I don’t know if it was two days of cold, rainy weather, or being tired, or being tired of driving, but for the first time, as we settled into the hotel room, there were conversations of ...
... that the rain would stop and the rides would start again but as there was no sign of that we decided to continue our drive. although it was for a short time, the kids had fun at the ski resort. Our next stop was Arvada, a suburb of Denver. We spent the night in a motel and started in the morning towards our last national park on this visit, rocky mountain national park.
... town soaking up the atmosphere. Thursday was a great day. We got away early as we were booked in for snow mobiling. With our lovely guide, Ivan, we headed off for a two hour cruise to the top of the continental divide. Lucy was upfront with Sam G next, then Sam doubling Ella and Mick doubling me up back. Ivan could see from our quick training run that we were capable, so we were riding at a hoon's pace - getting up to 60 miles an hour! Then when ...