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Wednesday, August 5 We've done some sightseeing this week when we weren't laying around at the campground. We rode to Crested Butte one day and Buena Vista a couple of times--they have a Walmart! Today, our motorcycle ride took us on a 15 mile butt-jarring ride to a small fishing lake higher up the mountains. It was a bumpy ride, but beautiful. We rode beside a rushing stream ...
It's the night before our epic journey. Our first trip to New York together, our first trip to Europe together, and our first 3 week trip together. Anticipation, excitement...anxiety? Miraculously we are both packed and it's only 9:30. The pup has been shuttled off to Shaboomee sleep-away ...
... with several techniques and subjects. We were to bring to each day’s critique examples of: low-light, scenic, black-and-white, and flash to augment naturally backlit subjects. The first day we were around the clubhouse at Snowmass; the second at “Maroon Bells”, a much-photographed place in the mountains above Aspen followed by a street market in Aspen; and the third in Ashcroft, a ghost town in the mountains ...
... restaurant, and a very small coffee shack. It seems that everyone in town works at the local marble quarry. This is the quarry that built Washington DC. Marble for the White House, Lincoln Memorial and many other landmarks came from this mine.
One of the reasons that I choose to camp here for two days was that I was dying to see the Crystal River Mill. This is a long abandoned mill used in gold mining ...
Today we head to Aspen to stay with a friend of Gordon's for the weekend. On the way we enjoy the beautiful snow capped mountains again. We do a detour into Leadville, CO for some sight seeing and lunch. Leadville, is an old silver mining town.
From there we head up ...
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