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... silly till we opened the door at the car park, it was freezing! I started to think I didn't have enough layers on.
For the walk up we were told to follow the rocks, but which ones, they are everywhere. We overachieved and ended up a little bit above the lake at the bottom of the glacier. Stepping out of the tree line we were assaulted by a mini cyclone straight off the glacier. It was now I knew there would never be enough layers in the world. While I ...
... sunrise was over and they wanted to see photos not hear my vivid descriptions from between chattering teeth.
Leaving the Y we decided to see just how big it was and the answer huge, there are cabins everywhere and we reckon we only saw about 10% of them. What we also saw were mule deer, little deer with ears that made them look like mules, made Axle's ears look small.
Next adventure into town to fuel the car up. This should be easy since we know how to do it ...
The ride to Denver was short so we added in a side trip to Breckenridge for lunch. The ride to Breckenridge required that we traverse another sweet pass. As we approached Denver we started to quickly drop in elevation and the price s picked up to the upper 90's. So we found the Gate to hell in British Columbia ...
... so we wouldn’t get caught in rush hour traffic. As we pushed on we found a cute little motel off the Interstate 76 in Sterling, Co. So we called it a night. I hope everyone of my blog readers has a chance to try Coor’s Banquet Beer. It has a light taste and a wonderful aroma. Cheers to all and God bless you. I just remembered a sign in the gift shop today…..God wants us to be happy, otherwise he wouldn’t have created ...
... having to secure a wristband were also unnecessary as they were handing them out at the first corner up Flagstaff where they were also checking for wristbands.
It was just around this corner that I encountered my first real roadblock, or "trailblock", as it were. The shorter, but steeper, hiking trail to the Sunrise Amphitheatre, where the finish line was situated, was blocked by temporary fencing and a sign: "Trail Closed". I would be forced to walk up the road ...
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