Joyful Journey Hot Springs Spa
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... valley and was known for silver mining. The name came from silver by the ton. After Silverton, we headed even higher, going through spectacular mountain passes - Red Mountain Pass and Box Canyon - on our way to Ouray. Just north of there, we saw a spectacular waterfall called Box Canyon Falls. On to Ridgeway and Montrose, where we turned east on hwy 50 through the West Elk Mountains. We crossed ...
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 ...
... and memorable evening, but the day started far less auspiciously. Today involved a mammoth climb of 27 miles and almost 4,000 feet from Salida to Marshall Pass (10,842 feet). What we didn't need, therefore, was a late departure and more rain. But that's exactly what we got - plus a snow storm. This morning we had to take our bikes into the workshop in Salida. The chains have done over 1,200 miles and the brake pads are none existent. We dropped them in about eleven and ...
... 11,482 feet, this was by far the highest we have been on a bike so far and the second highest point on the whole divide, but our caffeine fuelled bodies pushed us up the ten mile climb in good time and without too much of a struggle. It was supposed to be a short day with camp just the other side of the pass, but because it was still early and also because the next few days are forecast for thunder storms and snow, we decided to push on ten miles to Como which involved an ...
It was very cold and wet this morning. We all ate a good breakfast in preparation for riding up Monarch Pass. Everything took so long to dry, because it was still cloudy. It was a pain. My muscles were so cold, and the climb started practically immediately from camp. I had already told Chris and Kirsty not to worry about waiting for me if I fell behind, and they lost me after the 3rd mile. I didn't feel pressure to go at their pace and I just did my ...