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... were going to continue our rv trip. An hour later we had it all worked out but we just had to buy all our gear and beat the impending snow storm, which we didn't. Barely made it. But did we have fun watching three feet of snow fall in three days. Simply amazing to our southern eyes. Today we trek on. Next stop a park outside of Gunnison, ...
... and everyone there. On my last day Jon held an appreciation circle for me where everyone sat down and said something that they were appreciative of, then something that they appreciated about me. I'm not very good at taking compliments but it was so beautiful to hear how I had made an impression of everyones lives at the farm. The most memorable was that I could take absolute pleasure in the little things, like shoveling ****. It was something I hadn't heard before and made me ...
... on dirt or snow – or being on drugs. From Mount Evans, the view is breathtaking. And the air is thin. There’s considerably less oxygen up here than most of us are accustomed to. About 20 percent of people will experience symptoms of altitude sickness above 8,000 feet. We are considerably higher than that. There’s a big sign near the summit of Mount Evans, warning of the risks of altitude sickness. Acute Mountain Sickness is ...
... Creek Road to see what is believed to be the most photographed mountain scene in all of North America: the Maroon Bells. The Maroon Bells are two fourteeners, just 10 miles from Aspen, and a highly worthwhile side trip. Maroon Creek Road takes us to the Maroon-Snowmass Trailhead, at the foot of Maroon Lake. Once there, all you can say is Wow! My iPhone photos, while visually stunning, don’t do justice to the majesty of the view. The Maroon Bells are two ...
... far as Booth Falls twice I’m
wondering what lies beyond it if I were to continue on the trail, one which
continues on for many miles and goes much higher. I’ve spent a lot of time skiing
in Vail over the years but have often wondered what lies further north of I-70,
one of those pockets of terra incognita in my Colorado travels. Someday I’ll
make it up the dirt road from Vail to Piney Lake in that area.