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... breakfast tea yum yum. Sat there taking in the views we got chatting to a cute little old English couple who had come out on there holidays. After we refuelled it was time to hit the shops and have a good look round telluride. This place is so quirky and unique a very hip and trendy place. After scouring the shops me and Dani headed back to the condo. After updating my blog, uploading my pics, nice Skype chat with my bestie Kirsty and a little chill out I ...
... s lunchbox. After making up completely un-founded situations that may have taken place there 100 years ago, we snuck into an old mine shaft up the hill in an aspen grove. Mine shafts eat sound. There is no ring or reverberation.
The old church been boarded up and new supports (tiny 2x6's) put in to keep the floor from collapsing. We climbed up the rickity skipping stairs onto the second floor of an old homestead. I let out a Tuscan Raider yell ...
Ronnie: After waking up at the Collegiate Peaks campsite, I packed up and headed west on County Rd. 306 going up, up, up until finally cresting at Cottonwood Pass. The road turned to dirt and went down, down, down, finally bottoming out at Taylor Park Reservoir where Ali and I had camped on our trip a few years ago.
Continuing on along a beatiful SW route along the Taylor River, I arrived at Gunnison around lunchtime and grabbed food at a ...
... br> Achilles' tendons amongst some of our group members. So the journey
stops here to my great dismay.
But we make sure we end it
right by calling our friends Chip and Lindsay who grace us not only with
their presence but also with some microbrews and fresh treats! My
parents also came to pick us up and take us home to a warm meal and warm
beds for a dry night out of the monsoon rains. Although our trip ended
sooner than expected, it wasn't ...
... to make it over the pass I trusted him based solely on his impressive vehicle. Nobody would have one of those and not know what he is talking about. After taking some photos of all the ruins of the mining camp I made it back to Telluride and figured out how to alter my route for the the next day.
I didn't really want to leave Telluride found myself noticing too many for rent signs but I was also ready to get moving at the ...