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... in 1919. Dempsey won one of his first fights in a 10-round boxing match at Durango’s Central Hotel.Parts of the 1991 film, City Slickers, were filmed here. Best line from that movie: “We’re lost, but we’re making good time.” The line was originally attributed to Yogi Berra, long noted for his malapropisms. *** Leaving Durango, we head north on US-550, which will take us all the way to Ouray, 70 miles to ...
... resisting a second round. We capped the evening off with an attempt to find an open laundromat, but were unsuccessful -- apparently all Durango laundromats (at least 3 of them anyway) close at eight or earlier. Tomorrow... Moving on to Taos via Pagosa Springs, then (most likely) on to Santa Fe for the night. Maybe Santa Fe's laundromats stay open later or maybe we'll spend the big bucks on lodging that includes a washer and dryer down the ...
... amp; Ross
another great day after another 5inches, more runs open especially tree runs, 15
Day 38, 29/1 another epic day, Graeme, Rachel & me,
huge day, fresh snow, lots of tree runs, Sullys, Little Ridge, Confidence, Happy Thoughts
very sore knee, 16
Day 39 30/1, Frances, Graeme & I
another fantastic day, 17
Day 40, 31/1, knee too sore, day off
Day 41, 1/2, still sore
Day 42, 2/2, skied morning as people arriving, ...
... blue sky and lots of sun, traffic was light on the highway and we made really good time to the turn off at Trout Lake where we then hit a gravel road that rose up at least a couple thousand feet through switchbacks. The road was awful, full of huge rocks and big puddles from the recent rainstorms. I was hanging on for dear life and had taken a pain pill first thing because I didn't want my hip pain to get in the way of me completing the hike. The medication sometimes makes ...
... bordello in Silverton. They assured us that certain things were no longer on the menu! While we were nibbling on our bread pudding and SLOWLY drinking our coffee waiting for the rain to stop, there were several HUGE booms of thunder and the sky lit up with lightening! It truly sounded as if it were right outside the door. I assume that is because of our high elevation which is 9,308 ft. At any rate, the storm finally passed and ...