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Travel — Leave a comment August 13, A completely and utterly true account of four sometimes five Australians on an excellent and totally epic five-week road and rail adventure around the great west of the United States. The weather began to close in upon our little caravan of travelers as we drove north along Highway 17 bound for Salida.
The place was undeniably spooky. Further north, the rain began to fall in sheets and visibility dropped to only a hundred yards or so. The rain became sleet by Alder, and by Villa Grove we were in the midst of a true blizzard.
The road conditions grew steadily worse and worse, and by the time we turned onto Highwayall blood had drained from my hands clutching the steering wheel.
A truck and two cars were ahead, and another truck was behind us, and we were down to about 20 or 30 miles per hour as we began to climb up Poncha Pass. At the top of the pass, the weather finally began to clear, and as we started down the other side, I began to breathe again — we were coming out of it.
Half way down the pass I pulled the car over to allow everyone to stretch their legs, for the feeling to return to my hands, and for Jeff to ambush me with snowballs while Dad egged him on and tried to catch my misfortune on camera.
See what sort of environment I was brought up in? Yes, I really should have prosecuted! We headed east from Salida along Highway The road shared the spectacular gorge with both the Arkansas River and a now unused Union Pacific mainline.
The weather began to descend again, and by Cotopaxi, the rain was really coming down again. As we drove on, I began to have concerns that the rain may hinder my plan to shoot the river and railroad from near the Royal Gorge Bridge, but as we arrived, the rain eased off a little allowing us to at least gaze down into the foot deep gorge … and recoil.
True, that admission would also have allowed us entrance into the theme park built around the bridge, but — especially given the weather the day we arrived — none of us harbored any real interest in the park. Secondly, I thought it might be interesting to try and get the train, river and bridge all in the one frame, just to show just how deep this gorge actually was.
The bridge was only very mildly damaged, and will endure thankfully. As 1pm came and went, and the rain began to worsen again, I began to wonder if the horrible weather had caused the service to be cancelled.
Had I imagined it? There it was again! There followed the distant rumble of the diesel engine, and finally, a headlight! Time to hit the road. Backtracking a mile or two, we turned north onto Highway 9 intending to cut across south-western Colorado to Breckenridge.
At Thomson Mountain we crested a rise and suddenly found ourselves gazing out into a sea of white. It was positively Arctic.
We topped out at 11, feet atop Hoosier Pass — the highest elevation we would reach on this trip without the aid of jet engines — and then descended through Breckenridge to Frisco, where we were to stay the next two nights.Course Web Page: E-Class (Moodle) - login with your CCID and password Course Description: Systems of linear equations.
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