Ouray Victorian Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and ended at Frisco Mill, Sound Democrat Mine and Animas Forks. We met a tremendous individual named Loren who was responsible for restoring and preserving these old ghost towns surrounding Silverton. He was an endless source of history. He told us about when they first began the preservation project in the 70s and 80s: "They left clothes on the beds, axes in chopblocks, the tables set with silver." This whole community ended mid-sentence. The Gold Prince Mill in Animas Forks was ...
... from this perspective. We then climbed back up the stairs and walked back along the trail to the parking area. Here, my aunt, grandparents, and cousins decided to stay in town, get lunch, shop, and hang out at the hotel, while my parents, Stephanie, and I headed back out for more jeeping! (While we were out jeeping, my grandma bought a few jeep raffle tickets for me! Maybe this will be my lucky year!)
We drove back out along ...