Snowblaze Athletic Club
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... sailing (and capsizing) which reminded us of home. We had ice-creams in Grand Lake and walked through the town, which is quite frontier-like. There is one street through and you can imagine it in the old days when it was a resort town.
This was a lovely day but didn't feel quite right without Oscar, who was still on his climbing camp. He did tell us to do this trip without him though!
... laptop. I play with my blog and occupy myself while my clothes are both washed and dried. Lunch time rolls around and I decide to head into town to see what's happening, grab some lunch and see Dexter. The town is a flurry of activity. The acrid smell of pot hits me as soon as I hit the Main Street. But it was only in one spot. There are still hippies everywhere. Apparently this is normal. I spot an old hippie with no shirt on dancing to ...
... the warm stuff. Also took three pairs of shoes, casual and hiking.
7) Medications. Got copies of all prescriptions; in case we lost our meds, we could resupply at a pharmacy.
8) Planned to check our luggage and carried our meds, camera, laptop and other personal items, including some snacks, in a backpack.
9) Our daughters took us to the airport and picked us up on return. We were ready to go !!!
... thing. I would later find out that this acclimating thing takes much longer than I had thought. During these couple of days we met with several locals that were going to do the ride and tried to find out as much information as we could. One of the questions was when should we start? For example, two of the people we met with (Greg and Malcolm) told us that they were going to start at 3:45 AM. Now if I am not mistaken, it is normally dark at that time ...
... awful climbing conditions. After an extended trip of gale force gusts in the Wind Rivers, we weren't as stoked to embark on another sufferfest as we would normally be.
The lower elevation climbing area of Lumpy Ridge sits just above the town of Estes Park, so
we changed plans and headed there for a good day of climbing. Lumpy ...