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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rough around the edges compared say to Tahoe City. The most notable thing that day in Crested Butte was that the main street through town had been painted blue. Budweiser had made a deal with the city for a promotional event and parade the day before. I guess blue is their color. We were sorry that we had passed up the chance to see Black Canyon National ...
... structures in America. We started up the Mesa, driving through the tunnel into the forests. Past the forest the road splits up into two mesas and then splits again. The place is like a hand with fingers spread out. Each road leads down a different finger. We drove straight to "Spruce House," the only ruin accessible via self-guiding. There is a steep quarter mile hike to get to it from the VC and artifact-filled museum atop the cliff. People huffing and puffing back ...
We spent the first half of today in Gunnison getting supplies, and Kirsty got a new back wheel. I finally got my forgotten items that I was too embarrassed to admit in the beginning- spare tubes. I feel a lot more confident now. I found a place that served a vegan breakfast burrito and got some much needed protein. Today was an easy day of riding and we got to the camp before sunset despite our late departure in Gunnison. We had pooled ...
... biking. Our bike mechanic was Jefe Branham, the guy who just won the Tour Divide race. That race is intense, and I am in awe of this guy's achievement. It starts in Canada and finishes in New Mexico- 2,700 miles and 200,000 vertical feet. Jefe completed it in 16 days, averaging 170 miles per day... Many of those miles on isolated dirt trails. He was super friendly and totally willing to talk about the race and let us ...
... let alone these hig beasts filly loaded. We came across a coiple of guys one who had yhe dront tyre ripped off. Stange as he was on a KTM 900, spoked wheels and tubeless tyres. A load of tyre swaler and compressed air and job done. We went only a little way and the hail and rain started. ....not nice on a steep mountain. The hancock pass ...