Wildwood Canyon Inn
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... teams. The guy has some real Mancos roots. From Mancos, we turn east on US-160 and 27 miles later we are in Durango, which is named after Durango, Mexico – which was named after Durango, Spain. All three Durangos are sister cities. The word Durango originates from the Basque word “Urango,” meaning “water town.” Durango sits on the Animas River at an elevation of 6,500 feet. Durango was founded by the Denver ...
Today we spent the day taking the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad from (you guessed it) Durango to Silverton and back (about 3 1/2 hours each way with a 2 hour stay in Silverton). Those of you who have taken this trip before know how gorgeous the views are and how fun it is to ride on a train powered by an authentic steam locomotive. We had perfect weather all day. Something special about today's trip (our 8 am departure ...
... very early night, 1
Day 24 14/1 decided to take day off as headcold playing up
Day 25 15/1 ski day with Frances & Marty, went out early and came back around 2pm
when weather came in
groomers are still good, still some powder to be found, 2
Day 26 16/1 ski day with Frances, Rachel & Marty, bluebird day, longest day so far,
skiied most of the mountain, mostly on groomers
highlights around Lift 12, Gold Express,
I skied Upper Electra at the ...
... s fun.
Our mates from Canadian Exchange, Carol and Graham visit us for a weekend and we had a good time catching up with them and showing them around.
Murray returns to Denver for a few more days and lucky me got to take him bargain shopping.
We go to a concert at Red Rocks Ampitheatre, was a great atmosphere with Alison Krauss and Union Station performing.
Go to a Rockies Baseball game - a bit like watching cricket ...
... heading north to Silverton, CO around 9:40 this morning. Today, the sky was a little cloudier than it has been but still a beautiful morning. As we headed up higher into the mountains we saw towering mountains as well as beautiful, lush looking high meadows and some very nice ranches. By the way, we got an e mail from the Coons this morning and it sounded as if they are doing 500 to 600+ miles per day! Wow! Since we are averaging about ...