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... a really nice little place called Aspen Over Easy. They did breakfast along with normal lunch. The food was so good and we are already planning on revisiting here when we hopefully go back for the X-Games in January.
After a little walk around Aspen we headed back home which took just under 2 hours.
We were pretty full so the evening consisted of relaxing, cuddles and ...
... then continued to walk around and find where lots of paths lead to. Eventually we had to walk on the highway hard shoulder again until we got to our place....at least now we know for sure that both directions have no footpath for us to access the town...we really wanted to avoid having to drive but not sure walking on the hard shoulder when its snowy and dark is going to be the best idea either!
The trail we walked on can get you all the way from Vail to Gypsum so it goes a ...
... enjoy the offer...we picked a restaurant up in Beaver Creek called Golden Eagle Inn which you could pick 2 courses for that price. I had Chicken confit with apple butter and Darren had Elk Meatloaf, then we had a Palisade peach pavlova and Profiteroles to share. It was so delicious....they also gave us homemade sourdough bread with a butter that had been mixed with paprika and other herbs!! What a treat!
I have finally reached the point where I can just relax around a swimming pool. I know quite silly to arrive at this but the last six weeks have been amazingly fantastic but really intense. It is nice as well to have time with my friends in Boulder.
I will not have made it without Theo as he mentionned on FB, 40 days, 10 000 miles, 25 states and al least 12 National parks.
... canyon north of the river. The trail climbs over 1,000 feet in elevation in a little over a mile, which for me means somewhat over an hour with short stops for photos. The starting point is around 6,500 feet, so this is a far cry from fourteener hikes, most of which involve around a 4,000 foot elevation gain to just over 14,000 feet. Much of the trail is in the shade of the canyon walls most of ...