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We drove to Durango where we had a nice hotel and in the morning a nice breakfast outside on a terrace.
23. Take up road biking - 2012 Durango, Colorado
24. Hike the Colorado Trail
25. Live in another country for 6+ months - 2011-2012 Queenstown, New Zealand
... is done, didn't they?".
So, feeling rather like we didn't really deserve the volunteer gift bags we got (and sad that we didn't get to wave our orange safety flags around), we packed up, and drove down to Trimble Hot Springs, to say hello to my old school friend Tom Garcia. A (too) brief chat was lovely, but we needed to hit the road to Telluride.
On the way over, we ...
... on the trail. We about ran out of water that evening and got back on our bikes for an epic hike a bike the next day. It was a hoot, but boy oh boy did I have no idea what the hell I was getting into. To say we rode the trail would be a gross exaggeration of reality. To say I loved it would also be a bit of an exaggeration, but to say I'm happy we did it - ...
... upon Grumpy’s Saloon on the main strip and decided to eat lunch there. Gabe had the special - BBQ brisket sandwich, and I had the french dip and a cup of their tomato parmesan soup, and a couple Durango beers (True Blonde) - super good. We enjoyed the food, the atmosphere, and the live piano music played by Lacey. After lunch we had about 20 minutes left before we had to board the train. We went into one of the tourist gift shops and Gabe found a sticker ...