Mountain Goat Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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Thursday, July 30 Today we rode the motorcycle 8 miles down a dirt road to Tin Cup, a historic little town known for its silver mines back in the old days. It's very small and there's not much there, but it was a fun ride. We were here many years ...
... down (after hitting a low daytime temperature of 59 degrees… brr.) The campground is rather remote and is quite lovely. We are surrounded by pines and there is a river rushing within earshot.
I’m pretty well convinced that every track of any animal that I see is just evidence of a little bitty bear… But hopefully I make it another night without getting eaten! I have a fire poking stick which I have deemed the bear poker. It surely will protect ...
... at any moment it could go pear shaped. After buying a Sim card for our phone, the guy in the shop insisted on escorting me to the ATM two doors up the street to withdraw cash. I would have been easy meat!
The place is also filthy. We have been to developing countries where the citizens appear to have more of a sense of hope and pride in their surroundings.
We picked up the truck without any hassle from US Customs and hit the road only three ...
... able to use it at South Fork, too.
Then we decided to go up to Monarch Pass. (Austin, we didn't see any snow this time like we did with you. We also did not go on the Gondola...it would not have been the same without you!) We were right on the Continental Divide.
Then it was time to head to camp. We visited with our neighbors for a while and finished our evening with more great soup and fire. I hope that you will enjoy our pictures.
Today's drive is filled with scenes of snow capped mountains.....so yes its a little on the chilly side. We have no real plans expect making it to Aspen by Friday. We arrive in Buena Vista and drop by the Visitor Center. They let us know the Cottonwood Pass is open and there is some amazing camping spots up there. They weren't wrong. A part from the brief thunder storm that passes over we enjoy a crispy night with a beautiful ...