Ridgway-Ouray Lodge & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... day. The scenery took our breath away so we stopped a lot for pictures and to soak it all in. After lunch, we made a pit stop for some shaved ice and cruised into the host after what ended up being a longer day than expected, but definitely the kind of day it's worth taking the time to enjoy every bit of it. The host made us delicious hamburgers and gave us a detailed break down of the challenges of tomorrow's ride on the million dollar ...
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 ...
... just as beautiful. We had taken this road once before several years ago, traveling the opposite direction, and we were definitely glad we had chosen to drive it again today - it was all so pretty! While we drove across on top of the pass, a storm started to move in. Soon, we saw a bright flash of lightning, and a second or less later, loud thunder that echoed across the valleys. We didn't see such close lightning anymore, but we ...
... a really cool slide that you could take down to the beach. The water was pretty cold and we were still pretty high up in the mountains so no one felt like swimming. We did do a lot fishing and had much better luck this time catching 2 fish!
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park was nearby so we planned to spend some time there. We didn't do any ...
... to fully appreciate the rugged terrain, the sharp turns along the steep mountain cliffsides and the changing landscape and weather. The scenery was magical. We rose for about 6 hours, with some breaks to stop and look at the views. The trails ranged from bumpy dirt roads to extremely narrow, rock strewn, cliff-hugging and unbelievably steep challenges. An unforgetable path was through the Imogene Pass, which took us from Ouray ...