Manitou Lodge Bed and Breakfast
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... For desert we had pumpkin pie. The meal was unbelievably good. We had minor issue with Hicarou going missing but when he turned up he said that he had hiked to top of the mountain and back down again, this lad has made this trip incredibly funny and a lot of humour to it. Some of the group decided to do the cable cart at night to see lights of Telluride. The rest of us settled down to watch Forest Gump in honour of tomorrow's trip to monument ...
... intent of discovering Bryce Canyon and Zion National Parks. En route to these NP's I planned a stop at a small Hot Springs near Fillmore, Utah. Big open plains and ranch country with enormous mountains looming snow covered in the distance. The hot springs soak was much needed, a great way to rest road weary bones. While making coffee for the next stint in the parking lot of the springs I realized how much farther south I would have to drive in ...
... which added a level of challenge. I really enjoyed the lesson and feel like I made progress.
After my lesson I decided to switch my skis to the Blizzard Black Pearl in a 159 length.. I love the Kenjas, but thought I should take advantage of being able to try different skis. It was chilly so I went down to my hotel to put on another layer. I decided to have lunch at Baked in Telluride since I was downtown. I had a BLT and PB choc chip cookie which were both good.
... wanted to ever since I learned about them last year! My dad made a U-turn (he has gotten pretty good at those, because he usually has to turn around for stuff we have passed), and pulled over on the side of the road so we could get a picture. After that, the drive home was fairly uneventful.
This was an amazing trip, and I loved every second of it! Jeeps, wildflowers, and scenic views. What could be better!?
... that we don't have unlimited oil money for fancy restaurants and Jeep tours of the mountains, but he was a really friendly and gregarious sort and not at all obnoxious, so it was a nice little visit.
We got to Telluride and all I could think of was sitting and eating a slice of pizza. We found a bakery, and I got my pizza and a diet Pepsi. I was in heaven. Dia had tacos and the dogs layed quietly.
We didn't spend much time in Telluride. I was wiped out, but Dia ...