Ridgway-Ouray Lodge & Suites
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... 8217;s just sit here and enjoy.
We are heading off to Montrose today. I want to mail a couple of packages to our friends back home who are looking after our condo for us. Hi Dave and Darlene from Colorado. I also have a stack of postcards that I have written but didn’t have stamps for. Montrose is a pretty big and we find the post office. Unfortunately, the place was packed, so I just picked up a small box and the mailing labels. We ...
... back to our campsite (at Dutch Charlie) to cook dinner wasn’t so bad. Our site overlooked the Cimmaron and Sneffels Mountain Ranges (part of the San Juans). They were snow-capped and glowed beautifully at sunset. At dusk the birds flew all around us. It was so nice to be a part of such tranquility. A series of trails allowed us to take the dogs on walks. They had a renewed vigor that was infectious. This place made me yearn to hike. We could stay here ...
... 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 ...
3. A smile goes 1,000 miles
4. Respecting other cultures and their differences
5. Cultural amalgamation rules
6. Patience is a virtue; sometimes the most remarkable things/experiences occur while waiting
7. Inspiration can come from those whom you may ...
... 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 ...