Joyful Journey Hot Springs Spa
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We made it to Colorado! Yeehaw! This is the mental and probably pretty darn close to the physical half of our trip. It should be all down hill from here, right? Well, maybe not, but heck, we are on our way to warm weather in the South.
We had an awesome stay in Walden Colorado. Lucas Glick, like Lucas Reitmann, treated us like queens! Both stellar gentlemen took us on adventures to waterfalls, lakes, forests ...
... a two hour turn around time. There was a bar attached to the bike shop so we decided to kill two hours drinking coffee and doing internet stuff. In two hours, you can drink a fair bit of coffee, but unfortunately this coffee was tepid and tasteless - the first time that's happened in Colorado. We debated moving to the cafe we'd visited on arriving in Salida, but there was a thunderstorm going on (of course) with torrential rain. After drinking gallons of rank coffee, ...
Day 44. Friday 26th September. Kremmling to Heaton Bay Campground. Colorado dished up another beautiful day which included the stunning Williams Fork Reservoir and the best pass on the whole route so far in Ute Pass (9524ft), which was followed by the best descent. 53 miles made it a fairly long day, but the riding was mostly mellow and moderate. The climb up to Ute Pass resembled an Alpine road climb in its steady gradient and smooth surface, but fortunately it was fairly short at ...
... treated to the Westcliffe Stampede Rodeo and a cutting horse competition. Unfortunately I did not understand the cutting horse judging until after the event. Oh well! Next time I'll have a better notion of what is happening.
Not too far from town (but out "there) is the Mission Wolf Sanctuary which provides a home for wolves along with educational programs. The tours are free and the staff seems to be mostly ...
... After my muscles warmed up, I was surprised by how efficiently and pain-free it was riding. This was the first day that my legs didn't burn while climbing hills. I also felt decently acclimated. My body really came together at the perfect time. I didn't even need to walk my bike up any of the mountain. I've never really trained for anything physical in my life, so I've never seen this kind of change. It's pretty awesome. There was no bike ...