Elly was seriously gassing us out and this little grassy spot seemed like a perfect place to break them.
This was supposed to be a nice picture of the two of us. Yeah, not during a tickle fight. Which I lost.
Ophir Pass (look close enough and there is a tiny Jeep and a tiny FJ driving down that road)
The town of Ophir in the distance.
Just before the small town of Ophir, I found my house. It was even for sale....for a small fortune. A lot of the houses near Silverton/Telluride/Ophir look this great and cost well over a half million dollars. If only...
After lunch, we headed up the Last Dollar Road. A nice easy dirt strip.
The recent rains left some deep puddles along the road. All indications pointed to not wanting to be on this road during a rain.
But of course, we stopped for play.
We aired up when we hit slab again and made our way towards Ouray. We didn't really have time to stop, but Ouray looked like a town right up our alley. Hitting the Million Dollar Highway (550) we zoomed back towards Silverton.
We stopped at a mine reclamation project.
The sun peaked back out when we were almost back to camp.
Back at camp, the girls put their sweatshirts on before dinner was made.
Dinner, some relaxation and finally cozy-ing up on our RTT.