High Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Echo Lake and Evans Peak We headed off from CS after saying goodby to Lynette. A big driving day but we intended to follow some of Lynette's suggestion of interesting places to visit on our way to Dillon. We drove via Echo Lake up to Evans Peak on a slightly scary 1 hour drive. The peak took us to 14300ft where the air was pretty thin and extremely cold. ...
... served as a makeshift camp for workers during the construction of the Dillon Reservoir in the early 1960s. Silverthorne is known as the "gateway to Summit County. At 9,035 feet, it’s the highest lodging we’ll have on our trip. *** Day Ten Summary: In the land of the rich and famous, contemplating an ultramarathon, in Aspen at long last, the Ballad of the Green Beret. To view today’s route from Gunnison to Silverthorne, click here. What will tomorrow ...
... by an American explorer. By 1860 the man set up a town and bought the land from an old Sioux woman from the Dakotas, instead of the local Indians, the Utes, who had legal title to this place via treaties. The courts rejected the suit filed by the Ites who were now labeled enemies of the state by the territorial governor. The soa at the springs were remodeled a few times since those days. At one reopening a Ute elder was invited to pray... I wonder why he'd accept the invitation. ...
Cat had one more day of work, Todd had not worked in 2 weeks, basically, using all that corporate sick time and "flex". funny, with all that time off packing on the day we were leaving was still hectic and frustrating, there is no way that was from the hangover ...
... 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 ...