The Pines Condominiums
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... were going to continue our rv trip. An hour later we had it all worked out but we just had to buy all our gear and beat the impending snow storm, which we didn't. Barely made it. But did we have fun watching three feet of snow fall in three days. Simply amazing to our southern eyes. Today we trek on. Next stop a park outside of Gunnison, ...
... the afternoon falling over. It had been a while.
For the last few days we have been up at the ski hills, getting better everyday and absolutely loving it. Keystone is huge, with the gondola taking 10 minutes to reach the top of the run. We've had some big falls but keep coming back each day and doing it again.
We've been camping on the fringe of town and it's starting to get cold. It's expected to get as low as -15 degrees by the end of the week which should be interesting!
... A lot of the time one would be walking in the actual river than on any sort of dry land. We braved maybe 150 yards of the Narrows before Ible and I called it quits and turned around. Not only was the water freezing cold, we lacked much of the gear that is needed to do that hike in the Narrows (I was barefoot). The views were amazing and the weather was perfect. The only thing we both did not like were the crazy amounts of people in the park. It was simply ...
... each of our bags were 6 pounds overweight! (You're only allowed 50 pounds each) There's no way we were paying that... So our backpacks curiously became much heavier and our checked on luggage got the all clear. We did get some strange looks repacking items from one bag to another- unfortunately i was too busy to get a photo! Second problem, our plane was overbooked. Yes, they overbook flights here, so they were asking for kind individuals to step forward and ...
... far as Booth Falls twice I’m
wondering what lies beyond it if I were to continue on the trail, one which
continues on for many miles and goes much higher. I’ve spent a lot of time skiing
in Vail over the years but have often wondered what lies further north of I-70,
one of those pockets of terra incognita in my Colorado travels. Someday I’ll
make it up the dirt road from Vail to Piney Lake in that area.