Mountain Goat Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... for our evening stroll, we happened onto a few pinyon pines near the road/trail. Upon closer exploration, we discovered the pine cones were just now releasing the pinyon seeds in which are the pine nuts we all buy in the grocery store. We began to try to harvest them from the cones, quickly filling our hands with the seeds as well as the accompanying sticky pitch. After gathering a bunch of seeds, we walked back ...
It’s been a Sabbath of sorts for us today, and I think we need it, especially David. I wonder how many kms he has driven in the past ten days?
We worshipped at a Lutheran Church in Pagosa Springs, where we were greeted warmly by an active little congregation and preschool. A few supermarket supplies later, we were on our way up into the Rocky Mountains.
The first pass was pretty spectacular: Wolf Creek Pass reaches 3311 metres ...
... it up" for a bit! Our elevation is 6300 feet. We do notice the difference. We also notice that we are drinking a lot more water. Thank heavens for our large insulated jug!!
We are on the Arkansas River which is a fly-fishing river here, narrow through the gorge, and this campground hosts the annual Royal Gorge Anglers Fly fishing school in early April. We saw several anglers in ...
... by Gael. I have assured her that the swelling, itching and red blotches from the mosquito bites she will inevitably get while camping in the SUV, will not be life threatening.
We have been fortunate enough to see a moose and several black bears whilst touring through the Great Lakes area north of Toronto. In fact one small black bear nearly ended up as road kill after leaping out from the roadside vegetation in front of our hire car. ...
... Once there, however, we still felt strong, so we decided to push on another thirty miles to Hartsel, making it a long sixty mile day, but maximising our chances of being able to dodge the weather. The only campsite marked on the map near Hartsel was a few miles out of town at Hartsel Springs Guest Ranch. On arrival, the place seemed deserted, but we eventually found a note on one of the doors saying to phone Scott if you wanted to stay. Nadine did so and he offered us a night in ...