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... cannot fully describe the sight seen through the eyes. We followed the aspens down a dirt road to the river. The Colorado River is narrow at this point, and flowing nicely. There are a number of cars parked at the bottom, near the river bank, and a BBQ is alight. In the water stand a number of fly fishermen, all going about the business of catching fish for lunch. After a brief chat with one of them and taking a few photos, we caught sight of an old mine entrance. We drove up to ...
... Aspen Alley'. Slightly less beautiful with sun glasses on, waterproof hood up and JCBs coming towards you. We finally reached the highway, pulling into a hut with a pit toilet and huddling together, dripping wet, freezing cold and shivering. Here we ate some bars and put on more waterproof and warm clothing. We also consulted the map which outlined an alternative, apparently easier route. In our current condition, we needed no second invitation, and seventeen miles later we ...
... gone back, for what followed was a frightening experience for
most of us, but fun for 2-3 people.
After hiking for around 2 miles, it got really dark and gloomy and we
were climbing on to a place where there weren’t many trees, and there
was a lot of exposure and just like that some of us felt ...
... bread, cheesy potatoes and strawberry shortcake for dessert. Then for evening entertainment some of the staff performed music in the Great Room.
Friday I had some fruit and bacon for breakfast. A new activity at the ranch this year was snow biking, so I opted to try that this morning. Guide Steve took me and 2 other guests. We rode on hard pack and trails which were less packed. We stayed out for about 2 hours. It was much more tiring than riding a normal bike due ...
... nervous and released my fingers off the handlebars--forgetting the throttle is under your thumb and not your fingers which is why I crashed through the bush. At least it wasn’t a tree. Anyway, after the guide drove my snowmobile out from the predicament I got it into, we continued on, but by then I was terrified it was going to happen again, so I would/could only go about 9 miles/hour. We stopped twice along the route but it was hard for me to enjoy it because I ...