Arbor House Inn Bed & Breakfast on the River
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... okay with riding in the back. Hence the reason we are practicing this evening. Otherwise, she will have to go in the "dreaded crate" for the day tomorrow and let Burby "babysit" her. I think she would rather be with us!
Tom and I are drinking our coffee at the moment and have not made plans for the day as of yet. Well better think about breakfast and getting ready for our walk. Blog to you soon!!! LOL
... Trying to out-remember each other on the happenings in that movie took up the next twenty minutes of our trip! Our drive went up and over Wolf Creek Pass (nearly 11,000 feet ele.) which is an absolutely spectacular drive. Some say it is even more lovely than the road up to Creed and I think that John and I would agree that certainly the mountains that surround the drive to Pagosa Springs are much higher and craggier. We made ...
... br> We traversed land within the Rio Grande National forest and National Wildlife areas as well as privately owned land. We passed through Masonic Park (a private residential community sponsored by the Masons), Coller Wildlife Sanctuary, the "Silver Bridge" over the Rio Grande, Palisade Campground and then through the Palisades of the Rio Grande on the way to Wagon Wheel Gap. Shortly beyond that point we came to another trestle over the Rio Grande River where we ...
... had. I will have to confess that Tom and I had a conversation regarding the slightly over the top cups of coffee that we had imbibed yesterday, and decided that had been a mistake on both our parts of epic proportions. Instead today, we both purchased a chocolate chip frappe (smile!) that was NOT from McDonalds so doesn't count in my addicted column. Since neither of us was particularly frothing at the mouth after drinking it, we ...
... little place. It looked like the people lived behind it in an Airstream and ran the restaurant. We ate at picnic table under some big trees. It was very nice.
Then it was time to go on Bachelor Loop. It was amazing! I hope that you will enjoy the pictures that hopefully I will get sent to you. Keep your fingers crossed! Basically it had a bunch of mines that mined silver and gold. We went to a ...