Holden House - 1902 Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... Tv until 10. As darkness fell, all the lights of the city came on below us, it was beautiful. so quiet and still up on the mountain, looking down at the rush...I took several pictures, but they just aren't the same as being there. (By the way , I found out a use for that switch above the door. The awning lights! Of course. I felt like Ellen on Christmas vacation when it occurred to me! Lol ...
... had planned. With the cold and the wind we have decided to change our plans and skip the sand dunes in Alamosa, CO. Instead we hound a good hotel deal with a larger room in Cortez, Colorado where we will be staying for 3 nights.
We will drive to Cortez tomorrow and wind our way through the country. From Cortez we will hit up several parks and hopefully warmer temps and lower wind speeds..
... much choice) and waited til boarding time. When we boarded we ending up finding some other seats as half the carriage didn't have anyone in it. The views on the way up were great, both of the mountain and also looking out over the plains below. From the top of the Peak we were supposed to be able to see four States (Colorado, Kansas, maybe Oklahoma & New Mexico?) as well as the Continental Divide (these shadowy mountains made a scenic backdrop) and ...
... and sat. We saw people in the distance that had climb way to the top. WOW. That would have been quite an accomplishment! We watched as parents carried sleds for the kids to sled down the dunes. People rolled on their sides down the dunes and were covered head to toe in sand, others ran down the dunes kicking sand up behind them. Defeated and tired, we made the most of it. Just sitting and admiring the gorgeous views of the mountain range behind the dunes gave us a feeling of ...
... forcing their way through my pores, we set off once more for the last leg of our mammoth journey, that would see us skim past the Oklahoma pan handle and cut the corner of New Mexico before hitting the Southern border of Colorado. With the territory getting ever more mountainous as we began to skirt alongside the spine of the Rocky mountains. Our extremely friendly hosts, Fletch and Mouse, showed us around their place and made us feel at home, offering up use ...