Ridgway-Ouray Lodge & Suites
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Travel Blogs from Ridgway
... along the twists and turns. The Hot Springs in Ouray are popular and the historic town of Silverton Colorado caught our attention. We spent a good part of the day browsing the shops and turn of the century architecture. One restaurant, Montoya's had a rooftop deck, so we did another lunch with ...
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 ...
Driving to Telluride, a cozy little town in the Colorado Rockies. Walking around the small town, watching Austin Powers and chilling. In the evening we had made some big dinner, the other group did the most, and had a big group fiest. Afterwards it was hot tub and drinking, which was very ...
... 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 ...
... of Emerald Miine on the mountain side across
from Minnie Gulch, a high alpine lake above Maggie Gulch, views of
Buffalo Basin Mine, one of the most incredible meadows of wildflowers
that I've ever seen, and finally a mad dash up to and over the alpine
tundra from Stony Pass while running from a thunderstorm. We camped at
12,500 ft. again that night in the alpine tundra with wind swirling all
around us, and cold, cold, cold. Views of the ...