Apple Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Ughhhh headed for the brutal Indiana pass and totally dreading it But the last couple days have been pretty smooth so hopefully my legs are up to it. .. anyways no service till abiquiu in 5 days so hi to everyone and sorry if I didn't call yet but thanks for checking here and hope you're all ...
... which way to turn, which I was surprised about. He lets people see it for free, but he has a thing set up asking for a $5-10 donation. We walked around in it and took pictures. I have no idea if it's built to code, but in one of his ramblings posted, I think he talks about it.... if I had just read it closer. It was really cool and worth going by to see it.
After we left Bishops Castle, we headed to Alamosa, CO. ...
... weather proof and tough, also got them with a defence discount. A brilliant ride to the hot springs, watched a lot of people sitting in cement pools, with piped hot springs, then we road to Creed. Creed was the central point for the Silver Mining in the area, and then last year the new Lone Ranger movie. A coffee there and we watched the storm brewing so we high tailed it out. Did not put the wet weather gear on, but we beat the ...
... against the weather and checking in, we wandered around the town. Looked through a small quilt shop, a western shop called Cowgirl and an antique shop where Gypsy was tempted by an antique 1930s wedding ring quilt for only $200. We got talking to the owner Mark who gave us a lot of information on the area. Apparently there has been a wildfire burning here that has just been put out. It has burnt through over 1000 acres but luckily no houses or people ...
... were SO proud, gave each other high fives and shlepped our sleeping bags and pads into our nylon palace.
Five minutes later 2 rangers stopped by. Perky us, we said hi and Nay was about to ask a question and then...and then one of the rangers said, ummm...you can't pitch your tent there, you'll have to move it. !?! We had pitched it no more than 20 feet from the spot now being mandated. No mercy to be had from ...