Four Mile Creek Bed and Breakfast
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... my room to room 111. This was a larger king bedded room and no street noise. The heat worked and the room was not as cramped and the lighting was better. Plus there was plenty of storage space. I much preferred this room to my original room.
On Sunday I skied Snowmass again. They reported 10 inches new snow. I took a half day morning private lesson. I really enjoyed it; the instructor I was assigned was great. We took advantage of all ...
... Park and then follows the Fraser River and Colorado River into Glenwood Springs. It was definitely worth the trip. It takes about 5 1/2 hour by train and is a 2 1/2 hour drive via I-70 to get to Glenwood Springs. It wasn't about being in Glenwood, it was about the trip there and back. Absolutely beautiful trip. Check one more item off the Bucket ...
... 70 East signs showed no services for 105 miles. We stopped and got gas, etc. and headed onward. About 20 miles in all we could see to out left was solid black from the sky to the ground with multiple lightning strikes within the storm. Out here there are few underpasses and it was an uninhabited area as well. I will tell you with no shelter in sight I prayed multiple times that we would keep going towards our right and NOT left. I think god heard ...
... on the Roaring Fork River. About 2 miles downstream, the Fork dumps into the Colorado River. Someone made a little wading pool there for the kids and we hung out, watching the rafters and kayakers go by. Lee tubed down one section.
Sun. July 7--The Glenwood Springs Amtrak station has a pretty nice railroad museum. We made a stop there, and then went to one of the city parks for another picnic lunch and play time for Evan.
Mon. July ...
... 8217;s really 2 tunnels with 2lanes each, one going east and one going west. It 2 miles long and is the highest point on the interstate system.
The interstate through the mountains is a study in contrasts. It starts in Denver with 3lanes in both directions and gradually goes to 2 lanes in each direction. The end of our day’s drive was through Glenwood Canyon where the interstate is one lane in each direction ...