Red Arrow Inn & Suites
Travel Blogs from Montrose
... on our bikes and enjoyed the ride. We rode together for the first 35ish miles: a few hills, a few descents, lots and lots of water. It was gorgeous. Red comes up with names for each of his ride groups, today we were either dubbed: Coffee Crusaders or Casual Crew. Today was a 92 mile day, so first lunch was at mile 45. It turned pretty hot pretty quickly. We climbed a 4 mile mountain and then a 12 mile descent. At that point it was just me and Leash, at the bottom of ...
... the opposite direction. After we both struggled, with the altitude and the length of the hill, we reached the
top of a hill, and from there the trail leveled off and we were going to proceed down the road to a state park. Unfortunately Valerie had a tire blow out, but luckily she had not
mounted the bike when it happened. We were lucky to find an outdoor outfitter store in Ridgway that had a ...
... fruit and vegetables in Israel
So we get a hotel room, grab some lunch, get some fishing intel and supplies (and a Colorado fishing license) and take care of a bunch of admin stuff.
The guy at the fishing store took great pleasure in Holly's confession that (if they were fresh) she'd readily eat the salmon eggs that he'd offered up as excellent trout bait. He was highly entertained.
... ball soup before 10am, but savoring it, I assure you scallops and tuna will be a delight... That is, of course, if anything at all is written in English (which it's not) and what I've actually ordered is indeed what I meant to order.
So, off I go. Wish me luck making a tight connection in Los Angeles and even more luck not going stir crazy somewhere over the Pacific Ocean. I really hope All Nippon Airways provides hot towels.