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... around 3 carts to bet to the top area. After taking In the area and view we headed back down for a walk around the town. This town can only be described as beautiful. Great buildings with back drop of the Rockies. The town was amazing, little shops that do jewellery and home nick naks as well as normal tourist tat. We stopped of at this bakery called baked in Telluride, they did the normal all sorted cakes, pastries and other things bad for ...
... is basically just for ski season and most things close in the off season. We were staying in a ski house, all 14 of us so it was quite cramped. I was cooking tea tonight and making the most of the oven on Good Friday we made baked potatoes. Once everyone had finished eating we had a ski party. Earlier in the day we had gone to a thrift shop and bought ski clothes so we all got dressed up and had some fun. It was a late night ...
5. Animals on public transport (all live): sheep, chickens, puppies and chickens on top of long haul bus (Ecuador), puppies in schoolgirl’s backpack (Ecuador)
6. Open doors in occupied community squat holes (Hutang, Beijing, China)
7. Big breasted woman sitting in ...
... to Mountain Village. I had arranged demo skis through Christy Sports in Heritage Plaza. I chose the Volkl Kenja in a 156 length. I then went up Lift 4 and skied down a green to Gorrono Ranch for lunch. I opted for a bowl of chili. They offered lots of toppings for the chili such as cilantro, bacon, cheese, scallions, sour cream. After lunch I skied off of Lift 4 then made my way down to Lift 10 and then skied in Prospect Bowl and then up the Gold Hill Express to ski See Forever. ...
... mountain with its own private shoreline. We stopped there for a spell, taking it all in as we skipped rocks across the lake. We felt like the early settlers who had come across a piece of paradise that no one else knew.
We looped back to the camper, had breakfast then headed over to Ouray. As we travelled down Hwy550 for 10 miles to Ouray we made frequent stops to snap pictures of the Umcompahgre River which hugged the corner of the road.