|Eagle sculpture at Dennis Weaver Memorial Park|
|The Uncompahgre River at Dennis Weaver Park.|
|We biked along the Uncompahgre, amidst rolling green hills, backed by snow touched mountains.|
|At the South end of Ridgway Reservoir we started seeing these giant pods just begging to be picked!|
|On the dirt trail about 30 feet above Ridgway Reservoir.|
This part of the trail climbs a couple hundred feet above the lake and
was a little scary riding back down due to some loose dirt and steep sections with steep drop offs.
|Man and his best friend enjoying a day on the water.|
|View from the Ridgway Reservoir visitor center towards Ridgway and Ouray.|
|Looking East from the Ridgway Reservoir visitor center there are some interesting looking, craggy peaks.|
We may try to do some exploring out there before we leave the area.
After touring the Reservoir we turned around and headed back to the truck and beyond on the bike path into the town of Ridgway. It's a cute little town with some historical buildings and several restaurants and is a nice place for lunch.
|The bike path follows the former railroad bed and utilizes an old railroad bridge as you approach Ridgway.|
On Thursday nights in June Ouray holds concerts in the park, right across the river from our RV park, 4J+1+1. There's a handy foot bridge at the North end of the RV park so you can easily walk to the park with a folding chair. Food and drink from local eateries is sold at the concert. We really enjoyed the ribs from The Outlaw restaurant.
|The concert venue in Fellin Park can't be beat, surrounded on all sides by mountains.|
The RV park is behind the stage.
|We watched the moon rise as the sun went down on the East mountains.|
It was a perfect ending to a perfect day in the Colorado mountains.