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... at the same time we would arrive at the panhandle. We slowed, not wanting to be where the cold front and tropical storm met. As we slowed so did the storm which eventually fizzled . We were on the fringe of rainy weather the rest of the way home.
In total we drove nearly 16,500 miles.
There are innumerable trails in this part of the country, and I could spend a whole month here and the nearby towns of Ouray and Telluride no problem. The guidebook I have allowed me to pick a couple of the best, and as I realized that I need a break from this solo traveling, these turned out to be the only two hikes I'd do in Colorado.
First was a hike east of Silverton, up several miles of dirt road to the trailhead of the Highland Marys Lakes ...
... awesome to have my own jeep! Hopefully some day!
We were all sad to be leaving Ouray, but the road and the views on the way back home through Durango and Silverton is always awesome! And when we were on the outskirts of Durango, we saw a clump of wildflowers that we hadn't seen before. My mom opened my field guide and showed us what flower it was. It turned out that it was Indian Blanket. I had never seen one of these before, but ...
Day 3: Durango to Silverton on the Narrow Guage Railway, (overnight in Cortez) We checked out of the grand old General Palmer at the crack of dawn, and caught a vintage steam locomotive in the rain to Silverton on the narrow guage railroad. The ride was great fun for all of us, and especially so for Keith, who is a real railway buff. We all had assigned seats in one of the ...