Como Depot B&B
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... t allow it.
It's amazing how much planning I have put into the airplane rides--the surprise books, games, and small toys to keep the boys content in their seats for hour after hour. Like them, I know I will want to move. Flying coach across the U.S. and then to Europe is miserable, mostly for the confinement. We're going to make even the airplane rides an adventure--a quiet adventure : )
... I didn't even miss not being on a bike.
With so many thermal hot springs around we went for a dip in the hot pools in Ouray on the way to Telluride. Driving into Telluride the speed limit is 15 miles per hour (or about 30km/h) This set the pace for this sleepy town which was one of the original party towns and still occasionally is with festivals and drinking. This town has the first bank Butch Cassidy robed back in the 1800's ...
... the valley tell the story. Where did all that sand come from to make the big dunes? The Interpretive Center at the Great Sand Dunes National Park has an interactive model and guided hikes showing how it works. How did miners extract silver, lead, gold, and amethyst from deep beneath the ground in the San Juan Mountains? Take a jacket into the Creede Underground Museum to see full size equipment and mannequins at work. You can also study many ...