Hahns Haven Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... backdrop of water and snow capped mountains. Today the weather was relatively merciful. It was cold all day and we rode in full waterproofs for the duration, but it only actually rained for half an hour. In fact, after we put the tent up, the sun came out - the first time we've seen it in over three days! It felt lovely lying in the tent for a post-dinner lie down with the sun warming us (although it did start raining five minutes later). We both feel very ...
... miles. It was a shame to finish the day with 13 miles on the highway and whilst - up until now - we have enjoyed the more populated nature of Colorado with the opportunity it affords for almost daily visits to civilisation, today the traffic lights, dual carriage ways and industrial estates of Silverthorne all felt a bit much when compared to the extreme remoteness of many of the previous sections of the route. Walking around supermarkets and riding into towns every other day ...
Then spent a few days lazing under pines in the mountains. Now heading northwards towards Rocky Mountain NP. Spectacular scenery in this part of the country, but the mossies & flies are vicious... (you are so right Joyce!)
Hope all's well there....
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... because I'm going off route to save time. I wanted to go up to Manitou Springs because my dad lived there when he was a kid. I grew up hearing stories about it. Salida is a really cool town. It's small, but it has a big historic downtown area. Despite the large tourist crowds, it's been really fun. There are so many bicyclists and nobody locks their bikes. Nobody! It's quite fascinating. As I was waiting on the crew at a grocery store, a ...
... plowing tools and three old fashioned trucks. I'd say 1940's. You know the kind with curvy fronts, colors muted red or blue and those wooden crate backs. I've always liked those kinda trucks. I wonder if that's the town of Sargents. Josh, the one I thought was the cute young bartender, turns out he owns the place, the gas station, store, restaurant, bar and campground...I wonder if he owns the town too? This is a ...