Elk Mountain Ranch
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the last two days of wind, rain, storms, mud and snow, and we worked out that we will have climbed four passes over 10,000 feet and done over 50 miles of climbing by the end of tomorrow in a five day period. It's been a tough stretch, especially weather wise, but there are only two days to go until a rest day in Del Norte. We cannot wait. Day 49. Wednesday 1st October. Upper Dome Reservoir to Storm King Campground. We both slept amazingly well but woke to a thick frost ...
... lot more stressful than the simple routine of spending four or more days stretched out in the middle of nowhere where your only concerns are washing in creeks, cooking on the stove, and going to sleep. It seems Matt in particular has some re-acclimatisation to do as he did not enjoy the feeling of being back in a town again so soon. It made him very grumpy. Having said that, once at the campground we had a great evening with Frank (who we met in Kremmling) and the three South ...
... in OR. More info can be found here www.transamtrail.com. Since I had already done most of the eastern portion last year, the western part was what we were after.
It started off mostly easy gravel forest service type roads. There's no better perspective of a place you've never been, than from a motorcycle off the beaten path. I was amazed at how much of the county roads outside the cities are unpaved, ...
... I, but we both had fun building and filming. At one point Ali was (self admittedly) not listening to instructions when the site supervisor asked her to chalk a line. Upon realizing they weren't getting work done, Ali told her group "LESS TALKY MORE CHALKY." After a delicious lunch of bratwurst provided by a local church we headed to the Habitat office to edit.our video. We got to talk for a while with the executive director and did some ...
... from the rest of the herd - more difficult than it looks on tv!) then drive them back to their pen through trees, over logs, etc. How cool! After lunch it's more cattle time! This time we take them from their pen to an arena area where we practice our maneuvering skills. One or a few people would get one or a few cows from the group and move them to a smaller pen. Difficult since cattle reminded me of a river - you can try to ...