Alps Boulder Canyon Inn
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Just got back from Disney where we stayed for over a week. We got sick. Everybody got sick. We had 5 people constantly visiting the 2 bathrooms in our connecting rooms. It reminded me a bit of the end of Sneetches.
Ashish loved the ...
Day 24. Trevor, Owen and I set off for a hike at Red Rocks today. I wanted to go to a concert at Red Rocks while I was out here, but it didn't end up working out, so I at least wanted to see what it was all about and what better way to do that then to hike there! It was a hot day outside today and Owen wasn't a fan of the sun, so he had a tough time on our hike and definitely let us know! We ...
It was the Friday before Labor day weekend. Weather reports said that from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. there would be no precipitation but that it would become partly cloudy later in the afternoon. There was also a second weather report that touted a 10% chance of rain...we decided today was as good as any to get out and go do a big climb.
We parked nearby Chataqua Park in Boulder. It was BUSY with people and dogs and a few other climbers heading up to the Flat Irons. We hiked the ...
... cheered and for the next hour or so everyone went mental and necked spirits from the bottle and danced around the bus, the sassy black woman even got involved but thinking about it now that must have been once we had stopped. Weed is legal here so the bus absolutely reeked of it. There was some furore when the prick behind me kept shouting at the girl to change her music but on the whole the journey was sort of fun. We basically sat listening to really loud music and watched loads of ...
About 1 1/2 hours north of Denver is Boulder. We stopped in for a couple of hours. Had lunch and took a quick look of the town. What a great area. I can see why the Univ of Colorado is a big draw. Lots of similarities to Burlington VT.
A quick ice cream and then we had to hit the road. It's a 6 hour hump to Hill City, SD. Going to see Custer State Park, Crazy Horse, Mt. Rushmore and much more. Two days at Rafter J-Bar RV Park.