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Telluride, Colorado (Dec. 2005)
Submitted: Jan 29, '07
Great Travel Moment
It takes a few days to get used to the altitude, but its nothing a little ibuprofen and water cant cure. Every year my husband and I meet my family in Telluride, Colorado for a week of skiing. We get fairly competitive with one another and often race to the base of the mountain for bragging rights. One of the best runs for a nonstop tuck downhill is aptly named"See Forever." We stood at the edge of this run overlooking this popular winter sports destination and admired the scenery. It was a chilly 36 degrees outside, but luckily there was little wind that day and the air was refreshingly cool after a hard day of skiing. I braved the cold by removing a mitten to take this photograph. Capturing this spectacular view was well worth it!