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Today was probably the toughest drive for our little car. We traversed two Northern Colorado passes - Rabbit Ears Pass at 9,426 ft. and Cameron Pass at 10,276 ft. The pumpkin did fine, and we took many breaks for her and us to rest. There are no pictures from the crazy, curvy road we were on traveling down Cameron Pass because I literally was "hanging on" for dear life!! Jim was having the best time catching all the ...
... I saw a real life dirt road!!!! =D I wish I took a picture, but there weren't any exits from the highway.
3. North eastern Colorado is BARREN. No crops to speak of... just miles and miles of shrubs and grass. Also I'm defiantly gaining elevation - loads of rolling hills. I did see a ton of windfarms, but they were too far off in the distance to capture in a ...
... snow at the moment!). We had decided on a trip that looked like we would be doing about 10-12miles a day, with some ups and downs. WELL!!, it turned out to be Day 1 - a total of 9 hours walking, with 6hrs straight up hill and 3 down. Day 2 - 12hrs hiking, 7 up hill, 3 undulating and 3 on the flat - we didn't set up camp till about 9pm so it meant hiking the last hour with our head lamps on!!!! (I've never done that before!). ...
... dead loss more like. Main street done up like a western town but mostly all casinos, slot machines, hotels and restaurants. To be fair, no one said it would still be historic. Didn't even see Doris Day ! Tue 29th Aug Hazel did a nervous haircut on me to restore the shortness, but turned into the demon barber as she got the hang of it. We have been adopted by a wild rabbit. Nervous if we move quick but wont go away. Scrawny little chap, we ...
... out a small herd of antlered deer on the side of the road. They were lucky, because I was lurching to the left at the time as they were on the right. PS. Forgot to say, at 5.30 pm it was 107 deg. Waitress said it had been 119 deg earlier. A bit waarm for Yorkshire folk. Thurs 24th Aug Drove out to Wind Cave National Park, one of the four biggest cave systems in the world. 120 miles of passageways discovered so far. We took the one hour tour. How Hazel committed to this ...