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... We drove across the Continental Divide at Milner Pass and continued around the loop to Grand Lake. Driving through the foothills near Granby was also quite spectacular, as there were amazing clouds over the mountains. We thought we were going to be driving through snow at Berthoud Pass (11, 315 feet), but we didn’t. On our drive through Tabernash, Fraser and Winter Park, we could see Eldora Mountain. Finishing the ...
... and empty our pockets of change, etc. The tour was quite interesting, but no photos were allowed. We finished about 4, then headed to Evergreen (in the Rocky Mountains) to our motel. Again, fog...and snow. Evergreen is up around 7500 feet or so. We found a really nice place for dinner, called The Bistro, where Dan had pot roast with rosemary potatoes and seasonal vegetables and I had Beef Bourguignonne. We had Tiramisu for dessert. It was ...
... back roads.
Spent a few hours hiking through the forest next to the Lodge, before heading down to Breckenridge and wandered around the town.
The morning starts off with another hike into the forest. Then its time for my friend Gerry to arrive from Cleveland Ohio.
These days are spent sightseeing in the car. Bonus was seeing a mother moose very close to the Lodge.
Tomorrow we begin our adventure to the west coast
Had a mixed day at Loveland. Lindsay and I drove to Loveland early and got on the slopes by 10:30 or so. Kirk, Chris and Vienne didn't get there until noon.
- Weather was great
- Ski conditions were great
- Lindsay really elevated her confidence with skiing
- We skied all the blues runs
... from Washington DC. It doesn't have any of the big office or state buildings, but instead is made up of old shops fronts and beautifully preserved old houses. Georgetown city council rules actually prevent any building from being torn down or from changes being made to the exterior without council permission. As a result everything is preserved as it was 100 years ago. Downtown was almost a ghost town on the weekend compared to weekdays, however, Georgetown was ...