Black Dog Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the highway, ate at a Mexican pub in Grand Lake. We headed back up, just in time for a road crew to enter the roadway, first the 18-wheeler low boy, then the F-150 escort to lead the way and stop traffic. An 18-wheeler cannot negotiate hairpin curves in its own lane only, so the escort stops oncoming traffic. What fun being behind it and watching that happen! I never worried about being safe--these drivers really know how to drive. If only everyone were as ...
... that just made us not want to do it. We picked out another trail and headed there. We ended up at Sprague Lake and walked some of the trails there. It was gorgeous. We left there and just drove out the road to Bear Lake just to see what all the hoopla was about. Yea... I bet it was pretty amazing. I will have to save it for another time though. We had reservations to rent a RAZR at 1pm and had a pretty good drive to get out to ...
... fourth floor. That's how much I love him. We went to our room, 411, which had sloping ceilings and a creepy little sloping cupboard in the bathroom - that I promptly checked and then locked. Justin has been telling me a bit about 'The Shining' movie, so I rather begrudgingly started reading the book a few days earlier. I was very surprised to like it. I even read most of the way to the hotel from the airport to try to catch up. We dropped out bags, said ...
... sort of way, I warned LD that under NO circumstances was he going to be our "Brad Pitt" from Thelma and Louise! After explaining about Ol Bess, he wished us luck and went politely along his way. I still don't see why we could have not pretended a little!!! hehe
Waiting to hear from our helpful mechanic, we passed the time people watching, popping into shops, eating good food, and enjoying the small town atmosphere.
... It was so refreshing to actually talk to 2 normal people who were just there like we were to enjoy the simple nature and beauty around them. I was losing all hope for humanity on the way up that hill truly. So it was a much needed jolt to help us get past all the litterbugs and tundra walkers on the way back down.
We finally got out of the park and into the room at 3:30 and we then took a nap! Jym was so exhausted from all the harrowing ...