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After a final week at Chuckleberry of chainsawing, wood splitting and bunkering the place down for winter it was finally time to start a new chapter in my journey. Icecave would be picking me up and taking me out to a place called 'Half-way hotsprings for some relaxing and exploring before I headed off to Colorado.
I felt very melancholy about leaving the farm. On the one hand I was really excited to get out to Colorado for some snowboarding, but I had grown really attached to ...
Hello!! David here once again to tell you of our adventuring since we last updated this bloggity thing here. Last we wrote Ible and I were on our way to try our luck on the Vegas Strip. Long story short, we did not hit the jackpot and retire like I had hoped. But, we did have a lot of fun trying it out. After we found a safe place to park the car (apparently parking is free pretty much anywhere on the Strip) we hopped from casino to casino trying our luck and some of ...
... rain we've seen in two weeks. The weather has been ranging from uncomfortably warm to searing hot for the trip (85-100 degrees) but today was cold. 35 degrees in Aspen and talk of snow. We stopped for lunch in Frisco, CO and ate too much yard-bird to continue. Frisco hotel has gridiron on the box, a hot tub, wi-fi and a moose head in the lobby. All the comforts of ...
From there it was an easy jaunt over to Guanella Pass, a 22-mile byway that runs north-south between Grant and Georgetown. We started at the southern point, stopping to enjoy a tasty BBQ lunch from a busy roadside stand. Along the route, we topped out at 11,669-feet and enjoyed spectacular vistas of peaks and valleys before arriving in Georgetown, which is squeezed into the narrow valley at the northernmost point of this tour. ...
... sure if we would make it to the summit but we did.
I suffered a bit with altitude sickness. Just felt a bit light headed and nauseous. This is not unusual for heights above 10,000 feet as most people experience some mild symptoms.
On the way down it was really foggy and we had a little bit of rain. Part way down we came across a herd of mountain goats. Mountain Goats are not native to this area but were introduced in the 1950s and ...