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... Pass, after some consultation with a local we took the trail. It started ok but became a challenge the higher we got. Tracy walked some over the rougher sections. Did I walk? it felt like a climb, it was hot, at altitude I'm in bike gear I am wondering what I am doing.
The route came from the tourist office who ...
... at times, and from that moment on you realize that whatever is going wrong in your life, it can't be as bad as what went on in Grizabella's. I have also learnt that when you drop the kids off at the baseball field (I was in the desert people, there were no 'pools' around there) you should not forget about where you did your business because as it turns out, getting human feces off of your shoe is a lot worse than dog ****.
... Wrangell, Alaska
Most scenic ferry ride - Juneau to Haines (weather is a big factor)
Longest ferry ride - Petersburg to Sitka (12 hours)
Best adventure - Kayaking at Valdez Glacier and the icebergs in Juneau at Mendenhall.
Best drive - Driving on the road next to Salmon Glacier - ...
... spent the night just off the road (legal in this area of the National Forest) and began my hike in the early morning. Thanks to the weather here in Colorado, it is advisable to finish hiking before the rains begin in the early afternoon. Getting caught above the tree line during a bit of lightning is not how I wish to depart this world, personally…
The cloud cover didn’t make for good pictures at the Highland Marys Lakes, but further ...
... was that there was a concurrent Iron Horse bike race; leaving Durango at the same time as the train. The cyclists then took the highway to Silverton, trying to beat the train. The fastest cyclist got there in a little over 2 hours (again, the train took about 3 1/2), but there were lots of cyclists still coming in during our two hours in Silverton. We saw a lot of cyclists while leaving Durango, but for most of the trip the railroad ...