There is nothing like a good road trip and I have been fortunate to have some great ones. Jeff and I, in particular, always seem to get ourselves in interesting situations. Over the last two years, the list is as follows:
1) Icy bushwaking adventure in North Carolina wilderness (hitchhiking was involved)
2) South Carolina paddling
3) Lost in Rocky Mountain National Park (snow covered the trail) w/ June sledding
4) October kayak sledding on Loveland Pass
5) Snow cave construction at 12,000 ft.
Well, we recently added another.....river hiking in Zion, Utah with a touch of precarious off-roading between Ouray and Silverton, Colorado. Unfortunately, there are no pictures of the off-roading because at the time, we were not exactly excited to be in that situation--totally on accident.
Anyways, Jeff was driving from California to North Carolina. I thought I would hop in for the Vegas to Denver leg. We did it in one weekend covering quite a bit of ground. We stopped in Telluride to visit an old friend, we won $20 in a casino and made it back to Denver at 3am on Sunday just in time to get me to work on Monday. Below, are a few images and video from our activities.