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... over the street from one end. Ouray, like so many other towns in Colorado, was an old mining town. Its Main Street is registered as a National Historic District. There's a road leading off the Main Street that leads to a pretty waterfall. The hike up to the base is incredibly steep, but we had just eaten elk burgers and washed them down with beer so it was all good. The girls enjoyed being able to take a dip in the cool water once we got to the base. ...
... Grande Railway in 1879. The railroad arrived in 1881, constructing a narrow gauge line to haul passengers and freight to Silverton – and to haul silver and gold ore from the San Juan Mountains. The historic train has been in continuous operation since 1882. For $85, you can board in Durango for the 3 ½-hour, 45-mile ride to Silverton. There, you’ll relax for 30 minutes before the return trip begins. The train’s top speed ...
... the day, tough tough run
few beers at Tracks then home, 3
Day 27 17/1 ski day with Frances, Rachel & Marty, starting to get scratchy
broke my stock rescueing my escaped ski
tough day, 4
Day 28 18/1 ski day with Rachel & Marty, theyt left fairly early
I kept skiing until mid afternoon
everyday is bluebird, but we need more snow
dinner at Telluride Bistro, few beers at Smugglers, Graeme and Mike turned up at 130am, 5
Day 29 19/1 ski ...
... seen so many things since we have been traveling. God's grace is sufficient and to live that out multiple ways each day has been the most powerful experiences of our lives. We can't keep from praising Him out here on the road, praisin in the good and the bad. Right in the midst of all this wild scary adventure we are steady seeing our Fathers hand. Thank You so much Lord for all Your love and mercy and favor and blessings.
Hi Everyone! Sorry I've been somewhat lazy about blogging lately, but sometimes at the end of a long day, the last thing I want to do is get on the computer. But today, before I start in earnest about yesterday's activities, I'd like to give a big warm, written piece of gratitude to my friend Mary Gravning who was the first to hit the "donate to my travels" button on my blog and send me a few much needed bucks. Mary, you are a queen among women and I am so grateful! Your ...