Lumber Baron Inn & Gardens
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... earlier this year. Well, the version that we ordered totally blew -- one of the most disappointing meals of our trip. It's like they put the rice in a mixer with curry powder and it was extra mushy. The egg on top could best be described as a poached egg cooked to hard boiled consistency. Yuk.
The flight to Dallas was fine. Ashley's monitor was messed up (not anchored on the back on one side, so it was angled and these screens ...
Oh man, this trip is winding down. This morning I enjoyed the panoramic mountain range from an outdoor hot tub. It was glorious. Then I went to the dining room where I found my parents getting tips on what to see in Denver from a guy wearing a Broncos shirt. My parents exclusively wear marathon shirts (and they have a LOT of them) when on the road, so they tend to attract fellow marathon runners and triathletes.. Pretty cool, I guess! I wonder if ...
... They look at us through the lens of why would you share a toilet seat with everyone else (don’t kid yourself with those flimsy paper things, guys). We think they’re communists, but in reality, in many ways they’re more capitalism-driven then we are. They think we’re the nation of cars when we’re making a push for more bicycles. They’re a nation of bicycles morphed into exponential ownership of cars. They don’t have road rage because ...
... It was really cold but we saw some squirrels. We came back had some leftovers for lunch and drove to the lake to do some ice fishing. We walked out on the ice, being careful not to slip. Then we sat on a bucket while Chris or Dad drilled holes in the ice in front of us. We set up our rods and fished. Every child was able to catch at least one ...
... touring the MillerCoors brewery but it was closed due to a tragedy - a tourist drowned in one of the vats (but only after getting out 3 times for a pee).
Our next stop was Colorado Springs. There, we visited a historic town site and spotted a recruitment poster for Pony Express riders. The typical applicant must be: young (not over 18), skinny, wiry and willing to risk death for $25 a week. Orphans preferred!
Red Rock Canyon and the Garden of the ...