Como Depot B&B
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In between our past two weeks working, we've been having super fun adventures with our South African, Stellies friends who are staying and working at the resort next door- Keystone.
Oktoberfest in Breckenridge lasts through the weekend, but a
single day of streetfesting and beer drinking is enough (maybe not if at the
real thing in Munich). So Tim and Toby and decided to go for a drive over
Boreas Pass to take in the fall scenery and changing aspens. Boreas is the Greek
god of the north wind, so the pass has a cool name in my book.
I’ve driven over many of the high passes in Colorado over
the years, at least most of those ...
... at all the view points and having a lovely picnic lunch. There were still patches of snow low down in the mountains, which was quite a novelty to see. Not so much of a novelty by the time we reached the tops of the mountains where the snow, in places, was still around 15ft deep! We stopped in a cafe at the summit of the main road where we had hot chocolates to warm up. Matthew performed a burn-defying stunt when catching his lava hot, chocolately beverage in ...
... I got out of the river and nursed my newly acquired vagina. To Violets disappointment I was not going in again. I think all these hot pools have softened me up a bit and it was water from the resent snow melt. With a 20 min drive I was able to warm up in the Glen wood springs hot pools.
Cruising onto steam boat to visit Violets friend Ammoreena and Aaron. Steam boat once again is a small Alpine Colorado town but with a ...
... on the 50-75-foot high rows of rocks. Cracks, vertical faces, and scores of named routes challenge "Spider men and women" to ascend and descend for as many hours as they can take. Mountain Biking Several loops of big-rock trails allow bikers to challenge the mettle of their pedals and the strength of their brakes. Pulling up to rest on a ridge-top rock reveals miles and miles of mountain and valley scenery - some of the ...