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... we waited for our scheduled tour. In the meantime, the kids viewed the canyon and caught site of what we think was some sort of ferret, but it was too far away to tell. Its movements were definitely like that of a ferret or weasel.
Time passed quickly and our ranger, Kim, rounded the group up for our tour. She began by explaining a bit about the people who lived here more that 1200 years ago. These people began living ...
... the boards. He said that this was his favorite park, but that the sand got very hot and we needed enclosed shoes. Well, we should have listened to him, as we took off in our Teva Sandals, Crocs and Nike slides. (I’m only using brand names here so you get the idea of what we were wearing.) As we started walking on the sand, we noticed it was scorching hot. We had heard that the sand could get up to 150 degrees! Not sure if it was that hot, but it ...
Today has to be bullets, I'm a very sleepy girl: -This morning was complete chaos (SUS was there, so there were 60+ Bike & Builders trying to get ready in the morning; SUS has much more morning energy than we do, not to many people in our group chit chat before mile 10) -A huge fired up cheer with both groups -It took forever to get our the door... So many people -Ben hurt his hand -45ish mile day -Spent some time at a local bike shop - got my chain ...
... It was nice to take our time at lunch since there was really no hurry to try to get miles under our belt since it was such a short ride. We coasted in, stopped at Walgreens, before hose showers, bike cleaning, and laundry. We then had dinner at a nice Mexican restaurant in town (thank you Kemme family!) and now it is completely, entirely, 100% time for ...
... gas you have, it read 323! (Usually its around 200) Fuel mileage checked in at 56 mpg. At one point we were behind a school bus traveling at about 70 mph. The wind was pushing us along and I noticed the arm that extends the stop sign on the side of the bus kept opening out. I guess the gusts of wind were greater than how fast we were going.
The last fifty miles into Cortex, Co, was pretty punishing. The cross wind and blowing sand did not make for a fun ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting