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... was crowded but the food spectacular.
The night ended with dropping the rental car off and a little furry surprise. While we were waiting for our hotel pick up from Hertz we spied a bunny rabbit trying to make a home in their parking lot, maybe he missed his flight? Or maybe he was nervous about the other sign combination we saw on the way to the airport. Turn right for Rocky Mountains National Park and Denver armoury, like those two things should go ...
... in the state. As the population grew, Victorian structures sprang up in the
The streets are narrow and leafy. Some neglected once-beauty Victorian homes give the ghostly feel to this town. Antique store signs, hanged flowers, eclectic gables, rustic wooden barrels and horse carts, and layers of dust and spider webs give the wild-wild west ambience. Tourists flock to this town ...
towns along the highway I always bypass or use only as a place to fuel up is
Georgetown, an old silver mining town whose heyday was in the late 1800s.
Georgetown lies in Clear Creek’s rather narrow steep sided canyon and seems to
be in the shadow of the peaks for all but a few hours a day in winter. It’s
also on the wrong side of the Continental Divide ...
... is a delightful 1890's old West town with colorful Victorian-style homes.
Rarefied air was another theme of today's planning. Most of the day we were over 9000 feet above sea level. One of the passes we drove over on Interstate 70 was over 11,000 ...
... because of the fires. I say on the Internet that Circle W Ranch, where we were planning on possibly going to was burned to the ground yesterday and the fires were getting worse down there. The reports are that the fire is only 5% contained and many many people have lost their homes. We thought that it best that ...