C Lazy U Ranch

3640 Colorado Hwy 125, Granby, Colorado, 80446, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 3640 Colorado Hwy 125, Granby, is near Fraser Valley.
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    Travel Blogs from Granby

    Camping Near a National Disaster Zone

    A travel blog entry by michael_darlene on Sep 12, 2013

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... mobile homes. Even the businesses appear temporary. Others are seemingly abandoned with the buildings in various states of repair/collapse. Once we were notified that the next services would be in 57 miles. After passing through a lovely canyon with a train track for company, we arrived in Steamboat Springs to discover Larry finishing lunch in a sidewalk café. We walked a few blocks of the main street with Larry and ...

    Horseback riding in the Rockies

    A travel blog entry by grofffam5 on Aug 09, 2013

    3 photos

    ... out that Macaroni is their oldest horse and does not like to be tied to the post. He gets some extra privileges due to his age, so they don’t make him get tied up. He was 34 years old, which they say is very old for a horse. Most horses only live until around 30. They said he is still going strong, so I hoped that he would last another trip!

    Macaroni fared just fine, but was a bit slow on the trail. Poor Grace seemed to be having her nose ...

    Rocky Mountain Highest

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 26, 2012

    49 photos

    ... and turn white in winter the better to stalk their prey. He told us that he was living in a cabin (somewhere I forget) a few years ago, and it was full of mice. Every morning, he set a trap, and every evening he came home to find the trap sprung, some blood on the floor, and the mouse missing. He couldn't figure out how the mice were escaping these traps. Then one morning he was home, and lo and behold, in through a hole (same hole the mice ...

    Through the park and out to dinner

    A travel blog entry by h.o.t. on Jul 21, 2012

    7 photos

    ... at, and explore on foot. The first part of the drive was through a low-lying (well relative to the rest of the park it was low-lying) valley before we turned and started climbing sharply into the higher elevations of the park. We stopped halfway up and went for a short walk around a small alpine lake. This was certainly an enjoyable walk but we were all dismayed at the effect that the elevation of 10,000 feet plus (nearly two miles above sea level) had on our ability to take ...

    Snow in June???

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jun 12, 2011

    10 photos

    ... so we decide to drive over the pass and down to the town of Grand Lake on the other side. As we go up and up the mountains, we start to see snow on the ground. Then we see it piled up high along the road. Soon it is literally fifteen feet high. It’s amazing, and I’m unable to reconcile the volume of snow with the fact that it is mid-June. Even Minnesota doesn’t have snow in June. Every few yards, there is a tall pole at the road’s edge; we figure it is to ...