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Travel Blogs from Crested Butte
So we woke up refreshed and ready to go today. After having a great rest in our suite we hit the road around 10:30. It was a pleasant and sunny 20 degrees and not much wind. The first part of the ride was a bit flat, but much more scenic than the last four days. Once we reached Canon City where there was all kinds of outdoor shops, we realized we were soon going to be in the mountains. What ...
... Tavern is equipped for this happenstance. Though the ride back is uphill, it is gradual most of the way and not a big problem.
We all soaked in hot water and if felt good. Darlene and I returned to Basalt and Larry and Kathy visited a store for supper supplies. Larry roasted steaks and made rice while Kathy prepared a delicious salad. We reviewed photos from the past couple days then retired to our accommodations for the ...
A herd of cows on the way to Ohio ...
Today's trip to us out to Aspen Ski areas. I say areas because Aspen is the location of several different ski slopes...I didn't realize that. The area reeks of money. Even the kids soccer fields are artificial turf. Not going to say too much, because we are at Mickey D's to do this blog. The pictures start out with a couple before Aspen. Then a few of Aspen. And then it is uphill from 8,000 feet to 12,000 feet to ...
After a few not so subtle hints to Graeme about how much I wanted to visit some ghost towns during the trip, we started the day at a so-called ghost town called Gothic. The problem was, Gothic was more of an ex-ghost town, having since been turned into a biological research laboratory complete with visitor centre and playschool. Still, there were some eerie old log buildings remaining and the weather-worn general store sign lived up to ...
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