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... leave things they no longer want for others (like us) to choose from. It was a bit chilly so Matt and Anita found some acceptable items of clothing to keep themselves warm. Something else that is free in Telluride is the gondola. The total trip from Telluride over to Mountain Village is 13 minutes. The dogs got to ride with us because they have certain gondolas that dogs can get into. We got off up the top of the mountain to take some photos. The views ...
... Silverton, at 9,308 feet, was the setting for some of snowboarder Shaun White’s 2010 Winter Olympic training. Taking advantage of the secluded locale, terrain and snowfall, Red Bull (one of his sponsors) built White a private halfpipe on the backside of Silverton Mountain. The Flying Tomato went on to win the 2010 halfpipe gold medal at Cypress Mountain, near Vancouver B.C., a repeat of his gold-medal performance at the 2006 ...
... first bit of hiking, 27
Day 55, 15/2 ski day
Mexican for Frances birthday, 28
Day 56, 16/2 late start after Frances birthday
very busy, hard packed and needs more snow, 29
Day 57, 17/2, ski day, 30
Day 58, 18/2, ski day, 31
Day 59, 19/2, ski day, 32
Day 60, 20/2, ski day, 33
Day 61, 21/2, incredible powder in prospect bowl, epic day
last day for Frances, 34
Day 62, 22/2, Frances left this morning
... it was getting dark and starting to rain, so we decided that we should drive back to Ouray. We turned around and drove the same road back. All too soon we were back on paved roads again. We came to an overlook of the town of Ouray. It was dark then, and all of the lights were on in Ouray. It was a neat view. Then we drove back to our hotel/cabin, ready to go out again the next day!
... began to start climbing and took a rest next to a beautiful stream for our first water break. After that was when the real upward path began... I was starting to feel a little shaky and Dia suggested we take a lunch break since it had been awhile since breakfast. We sat on some big boulders at the side of the trail and had some lunch looking over a gorgeous view of the valley and Trout Lake below us. It was absolutely magnificent. We gave the dogs some lunch and hung out ...