Devil's Thumb Ranch Resort
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... the grasslands. Had an interesting conversation about the nature of communities, and saw a red fox! But it might have had rabies 'cause it wasn't really that scared of us. Dropped George off at the bus station as the sun went down. Saw a man there wearing brown canvas robe and a giant feather in his hat. He looked like Gandalf! Went home, made dinner, passed out in the middle of "The Princess Bride." Great ...
... temps in the 90's in the low lands. We took a short hike to Bear Lake which was over 11,000 feet. The park is hard to describe and must be experienced. We rode 100 miles and covered all but one area. We then left the park and headed east towards Loveland on 34 Hwy along the river. Evidence of the recent flood was obvious. Dozens of cabins and beautiful houses were left half destroyed and hanging over the sheer ...
... take pictures. Finally, even I, was exhausted, and even skipped snapping a pic at the Continental Divide. We were hungry and tired and ready to rest. I didn't have the heart to tell Rob and the gang that our next stop in Glenwood Springs, Colorado was nearly 200 miles away.... We did see some more incredible mountains and a number of ski resorts along the way that must be a cool destination in the winter. We stopped in a little town along the way and ...
... hour. All the while rocks were being dumped on a pile next to the road using enormous dump trucks. Finally we were given permission to move. It appeared that the flood had gotten up over the roadway and pulled boulders and debris from the mountain walls next to the road. This was the cleanup that we were driving through, for quite a few kilometres. The water had pulled out the guard rails and even demolished a small concrete bridge that crossed the river and went to a ...
... out to be an ex-pat Kiwi who was living in Melbourne, Australia. We headed to a local shopping mall to pick up some more people before commencing our tour. The bus we were on was quite small and we only had about 11 of us on board which made the tour a bit more intimate. There was another Aussie girl on board from Perth so we had good representation from down under. We were joined by 3 ladies from Missouri, a deaf bloke from Arizona, a lady from South Africa and an ...