Midland House Bed & Breakfast

Address: 234 Midland Avenue, Basalt, Roaring Fork Valley, Colorado, 81621, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 234 Midland Avenue, Basalt.
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Travel Blogs from Basalt

Aspen Colorado

A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Jun 08, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

We headed to Aspen early in the morning. It was our attempt to see some wildlife. Well the scenery was beautiful but we didn't see any wildlife. We stopped off at a scenic overlook of the San Juan mountains. In addition to the mountains we also seen the large reservoir. No real roads to get to the lake, you have to do some off roading.

We arrived in Aspen at about 11am. We visited the John Denver Sanctuary. As a kid, ...

Aspen March 2015

A travel blog entry by miramar1 on Mar 19, 2015

... snow and worked on my powder technique. Powder is not my strong point, as I rarely get to ski any, so having a lesson on a powder was a great experience.

I had lunch at Venga Venga. The salsa was nice, with a smoked taste. The nachos were also very good.

After lunch I skied off Sam’s Knob and Campground lifts. Lower Slot had nobody on it! I love empty runs, but this was almost eery. If not for all the tracks ...

2015 February Train Trip to Glenwood

A travel blog entry by bobandtracy on Feb 02, 2015

21 photos

Bob's 60th Birthyear celebration continues. February 2nd & 3rd we took the Amtrak California Zephyr from Denver to Glenwood Springs and back.  It has been something we have talked about for a long time and finally got to do.  The train travels through areas that are not accessible by car.  It winds its way up to the Continental Divide, through the Moffat Tunnel, ...

A 2 day ride through the Rocky Mountains.

A travel blog entry by aley48 on Sep 14, 2014

43 photos

... new stems in the colony may appear at up to 30–40 m (98–131 ft) from the parent tree. Each individual tree can live for 40–150 years above ground, but the root system of the colony is long-lived. In some cases this is for thousands of years, sending up new trunks as the older trunks die off above ground. For this reason, it is considered to be an indicator of ancient woodlands. One colony in Utah, given the nickname of "Pando", is estimated to be ...

Home!

A travel blog entry by kimbenzel on Aug 12, 2013

16 photos

... and every one of their lives and has created them specifically for a purpose that only they can fulfill. My prayer is that they continue to seek God in everything they do and be willing to follow Him no matter where He might lead. I want to give a specific thank you to Christine and her family for taking us into her home and serving us the most amazing meal. We know that her mom and dad and even some neighbors worked tirelessly all day to cook enough amazing food to ...