Breakfast in Ridgway Colorado at Kate’s Place.
Telluride, CO. Really neat. I want to go back soon.
Apple fritter from a bakery in Telluride.
Cool old sign in Cortez, CO
Old hotel in Durango. Durango was very crowded with tourists and not as exciting as I hoped it would be.
We did have a nice dinner at one of their local brew pubs, I think it was called Steamworks.
I had the Steam Engine Lager.
And a steak salad.
While my brother mocked me with his Coors Light.
The nephews and their usual homemade root beer.
Silverton, CO. Very cute. We had coffee and wireless internet in a great little cafe there, that for some reason I took no pictures of. It was a shack/house that was turned into a cafe. I also don’t remember the name. Leave a comment if you know the name of the place. Doh. I am a bad blogger.
Dad and me waiting for mom to get off the phone. The usual.
We made a loop back to Ouray. I liked Ouray but not as much as Telluride.
Lunch! I had tomato soup.
And grilled cheese with pesto sandwich and truffle fries.
Mom had chicken salad.
Salida. It was raining and late by the time we go there and this little place was the only thing open. They had the best margaritas!
I had a really good shrimp salad. We went there the next day for lunch, too. I had a steak salad but it wasn’t as good as the shrimp one!
Coffee the next day at a cute little coffee house. Name I can’t remember, of course.
The place we went back to to have lunch. It was right on the river and there were kyakers and rafters floating on by while we had lunch.