Buffalo Lodge at River Run Village
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... succeeded after some trial and error,
even if the potatoes weren’t done until about an hour after the kabobs. With a
new moon and few clouds, we could see thousands of stars and enjoyed the view
before climbing into our tent and getting a little sleep.
Route: US-24E, US-50W, US-550S, US-160W
Mileage: 445 mi
A few photos of the final day of the continental divide traverse backpacking trip. One thing kept coming to mind while packing out, and one picture tells all. 17 miles in total with about a mile worth of accumulated elevation gain. Felt better each successive day. The experiment was a success. Now to set my sights on the Colorado Trail, eventually. ...
... robbed it of heat. Above looms Rogers Pass, and the divide. I'm fed and packed. I think that it's too steep. The trail winds up the side of what looks like a cliff. This is the real first test. My legs no longer ache from yesterday and I feel ready to go. Step after step, higher and higher - what happened to the air? I have to stop to catch my breath as my heart pounds and my lugs scream. What genius thought it would be fun to carry a load of lead ...
... was very happy with the conditions as yesterday his bad knee had been playing up. And with the wind being quite strong up hill it was very easy to ski the fall line on many of the steeper runs with confidence. The morning was very sunny and we skiied lots of runs in the back area. Stopped for lunch early at the Outpost lodge as we were unable to find a coffee place there, intending to try and find some coffee early afternoon.
Found some good runs on the front side. ...
... It cost me $200, which the motel didn't help cover, and several hours to take care of the problem. I then drove to Keystone, CO, where I have a reservation for the next three weeks at a condo at the base of the Keystone ski area. It was warm and there was very little snow until I got into the mountains in Summit County, which are fairly high. It didn't look encouraging for spring ...