Ridgway-Ouray Lodge & Suites
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... to pick up a few maintenance things for the motorhome and then head back. We just enjoy sitting out and passing the time.
When we were in Pagosa Springs I picked up some frozen Elk stewing meat from the butcher there. I thought today I thought I would throw it in the crock pot and see what Elk Stew tastes like. So with the stew stewing I head out for a walk down by the river with my camera. I got a really neat picture of a ...
... we met up with sweep and basically rode the rest of the way together. Today was a really great ride day; there was a tough, like, 30 mile stretch but on the whole it was pretty great. Gorgeous scenery; I love all the water. I think one of my favorite things about Colorado is the streams. They're everywhere and they're so clear. Get arrived at host in a small mountain town called Ridgeway. Hose shower. Group dinner. Blogging. Talking with Kim. Stretching with Taylor. Night time. ...
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... a little wary of our presence. After fjording the creek, the three sheep-guarding polar bears began to roar and run straight at us.
In my mind: "So....this is how it's going to be. I'm going to get mauled by a sheep dog first thing in the morning..."
At 20 yards, their barks turned to smiles and it became obvious that I was about to get a polar bear hug. A giant tongue slap to the face. The leader and largest of the three was "Hamilton" and decided to ...
... sections, all with different temperatures. One section has swimming lanes, 2 water slides, and the "wipeout zone" we named after the TV show because it was an obstacle course through the water on inflatable rafts. It's temperature was 85 degrees, whereas the other side of the pool which was divided by a wall was 95 degrees. It was about 4 ft deep and had benches along ...