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... Grande Railway in 1879. The railroad arrived in 1881, constructing a narrow gauge line to haul passengers and freight to Silverton – and to haul silver and gold ore from the San Juan Mountains. The historic train has been in continuous operation since 1882. For $85, you can board in Durango for the 3 ½-hour, 45-mile ride to Silverton. There, you’ll relax for 30 minutes before the return trip begins. The train’s top speed ...
... professional baseball game in Seoul, South Korea
3. Visiting Noryangjin Fish Market in Seoul, South Korea
4. Going to Kukkiwon
5. Hiking the Narrows, Zion National Park
6. Looking at ...
... the day, tough tough run
few beers at Tracks then home, 3
Day 27 17/1 ski day with Frances, Rachel & Marty, starting to get scratchy
broke my stock rescueing my escaped ski
tough day, 4
Day 28 18/1 ski day with Rachel & Marty, theyt left fairly early
I kept skiing until mid afternoon
everyday is bluebird, but we need more snow
dinner at Telluride Bistro, few beers at Smugglers, Graeme and Mike turned up at 130am, 5
Day 29 19/1 ski ...
... I met some of the most fearless, territorial
varmint that night. They let us off easy by just licking a bowl or two
and letting us keep all our stuff.
Day #3 was all about the
climbing again. We saw some of the most beautiful, secluded country I
had ever seen. After climbing a final, grueling saddle we found our
camp, once again with our trail buddies, at Cuba Gulch (12,500 ft). For
the third night in a row we got our tents set up ...
... along a stream within easy walking (stumbling home) distance from the center of town, prime real estate during the summer festival season but with no rush on space on a late September weekday. After setting up house I went to town to explore and indulge in some good Colorado food, in this case an elk burger western style with bacon, guacamole, and jalapenos. After last night’s pizza and this burger platter I’m not so sure ...