Day 68 Frisco, CO

Today’s Stats: Frisco Elevation 9,075 a good place for a couple of days off.

Orange infused French Toast what a way to start our rest day at Frisco Inn on Galena.

First order of business was to get bikes into local shop for tuneup and chain replacements.

Met Erika Donaghy artist doing street art in Dillon

In support of local economy we navigated free bus to REI and Pearl Izumi.

REI in Dillon has to have one of the most scenic views of any of their stores

Breckenridge Distillery

Huge place

Had a delicious Barbecue lunch and maybe some libations.

With Jordan son of our friends Lori and Rich from Wheaton Sports Center who are now living in Monument, CO. Jordan lives in Breckenridge and has worked for the Distillery for several years.

With the bikes being worked on we rode on the free bus route. The buses run frequently and we were able to get to Summit County towns of Silverthorne, Dillon and Breckenridge in a short amount of time.

The bus in this picture is electric. Very quiet and smooth and no fumes! Our friends Lynn and Steve’s son Ryan is an engineer for the company that builds these buses.

4 thoughts on “Day 68 Frisco, CO

  1. It’s a small small world. How fun to connect. Beautiful part of the Rockies. Happy you could R&R in Frisco. Bet the bikes enjoyed the rest as much as you guys. You are having great experiences; can tell by your smiles and your pics.


  2. Chain maintenance and Herman’s maintenance needed. If that glass is all vodka your going to sleep really really well!!!!


  3. Looks like some great rest and relaxation! Fun to spend a little time off in the mountain towns. Hard to believe you have pedaled your way to Colorado. I hope you have figured out a good path through all of those mountains! Look forward to reading your blog everyday! xoxo


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