Wow, and here I thought Montrose airport was nothing more than a small private plane airport with maybe 1 runway with backtracking on it to get off once the pilot lands.For any airplane lovers coming out to RG, the Montrose Airport will once again be hosting their Tribute to Aviation on the 18th and 19th. Lots of really neat aircraft on display and it's absolutely free! Some of the "big guns" will include a B-52, a C-17, a C-130, a F-18, a A-10 Warthog, KC-46, KC-135c and many others. This will all be staged at the Montrose Airport. Here's a link for more info. Aircraft - Tribute to Aviation
Glen, did you have any wait time to get through on US 50?Ssncob, 3 Eagles, HondaHawk and I have been in the area since Monday. The road closures of US-50 and US-550 are hampering some of the routes, but there are still too many fabulous roads to ride them all. We met 1096Dad and Jeanette today, and they gave us some good routes.
One thing I haven't seen much of yet is color change in the Aspens. If you know where to see a lot of color, give me a shout!
Edit for clarification- We came in from Denver on US 285 South to US-50. We did see SOME some color change at the higher elevations, but no huge forests of gold, orange, and yellow.
Two riders from UT will be searching you out for info on pairing their helmets and communication systems between each other. They would be Bobby Coburn and El Padre.
No problem BUT leaving on a ride 0700, not back till around 1900 Thursday. I'm sure there'll be someone around to help, otherwise I'm in room 105. Or on this...Two riders from UT will be searching you out for info on pairing their helmets and communication systems between each other. They would be Bobby Coburn and El Padre.
Go easy on them lol...