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Left Aspen Park at 0700. Cold as buggerry on the road. rode through such places as Fairplay, Buena Vista, Pagosa Springs and over Wolf Creek Pass (elev. 10,857 ft.) a high mountain pass on the Continental Divide ...
The statutory photos of us with arms and legs in the 4 different states completed, we walked round.
This is when I made the worst mistake ever, by dropping off a small amount of Nick's ashes in one of the flowerbeds around the centre. Within seconds one of the Navajo women approached me to ask what I was doing, and told me she was calling the security and the cops, Had I not seen the notice?
All around, the various Indian stall ...
... picnic in the sunshine before making our way onto the old fashioned steam train to take us to Durango.
The ride on the steam train was really nice, took 3.5hrs. Took lots more photos. I'm running out of ways to say things look stunning, beautiful, breathtaking etc!!! I did feel a bit queasy at how close we were to the edge at times!!
We got to Durango just after 6, but time was ...
... a rehydrated meal each and a marmot, who clearly was used to using the bridge himself without interference from irritating cyclists, wandered warily across.
Some local lads with slightly more than sea level heamoglobin and at least 20 years younger bombed passed us on their mountain bikes with an encouraging wave. I felt pretty bad before, and sunk to a new low then. It was beginning to dawn on me that ...
... were put outside. After carvers we walked down the street to a small bar called Moes. We all did shots (as always), Sarah tried a bacontini (if you finish it its free) and then all learnt some line dancing. We learnt the cupid shuffle along with 2 others, we all became pros and were obsessed with the cupid shuffle and did it everywhere we went from this point on. We played pool and kept drinking about 5 of us were dancing to gangster ...