High Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After an early breakfast we hit the road we had a long day ahead of us. We drove to Loveland Pass and the Continental Divide. The Loveland Pass is where the US Highway 6 crosses the Continental Divide between the Loveland Basin and the Arapahoe Basin. It is a long climb to the Pass but the scenery is fantastic with different scenery on both sides of the road. The temperature dropped about 20 degrees Fahrenheit from the time we left home until we got ...
... incident in 2004, when welder and automobile muffler repair shop owner Marvin Heemeyer went on a rampage through the town in a modified bulldozer and trashed several buildings. Outraged over the outcome of a zoning dispute, Heemeyer armored a Komatsu D355A bulldozer with layers of steel and concrete, and used it to demolish the town hall, the former mayor’s house and other buildings. Afterward, Heemeyer died of a self-inflicted gunshot, ...
... in rain and hail, weather that further convinced us not to tent it tonight.
When we arrived we took the room they promised to save for us. The storm missed the town, but nailed nearby Granby.
Andrew and Ana spent the next few hours getting hurt and in trouble, before clunking down for bed. Andrew has his own room here.
Historical Addendum: This area's hot springs were considered medicinal by wandering Ute bands. In 1840 it was discovered ...
... The only thing you need to worry about is how long your legs will hold up. 6 days of Colorado skiing was certainly not enough, but I will take it, cause that is what I could get. Now with ski clothes packed in my suitcase, my sights are set on making some turns across the ...
... We have surrendered into togetherness, unity, and oneness.
This last week has been a testimony that we can dwell together in unity, and the cost of such co-habitation is individuality. In order to become one, we have to embrace the collective and surrender the selfish nature we are born with and perfect as we “grow up”. Living in unity is the ...