Holiday Inn Express Montrose - Townsend
Travel Blogs from Montrose
After work, I drove up to the Black Canyon of the Gunnison visitor center and looked down into the canyon. The visitor center had closed for the day, I walked around it to Gunnison Point and Old Gunnison Point. Gunnison Point was roped off due to snow, but the views were still awesome. Driving back to Montrose, I stopped for the sunset.
... to write the apology letter, we were the last to leave host other than sweep. So sweep caught up with us, but today that was a good thing because sweep was Kim and Carlee. They wanted to do second breakfast. Me, Leash and Redding were game to do that, too. Christine and Lorraine rode on. We got second breakfast at a place in Gunnison called The Bean. I got a cup of coffee and a cinnamon & sugar crepe. That took a while and we lingered and it was wonderful. Red, Leash and ...
... traffic flow. Coming up CO 145 and 62 was a longer drive, but pulling the camper it was an easier drive, we had no problems going up the
mountains, it was coming down the long grades that caused some brake problems,
so we had to take it slower and use some pull offs. The drive was on part of the “San Juan Skyway” scenic byway; and did it live up to its name, every turn and mountain top brought another beautiful view. The ...
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... up high with my left arm and pretty much steered with my right knee, but i do all this just to entertain YOU the reader...;-) I seriously cannot believe we dont hear more about people tumbling to their death off a mtn road out here. The small town of Ouray was nestled in between some high peaks and looks like a great place to stay and hang out one day, alas, i had to move on. Now i have only ...