Mountain River Inn Bed And Breakfast
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... It was hard to climb and drink my water. -The descents felt like ascents because of how strong the headwinds were. We worked so hard to climb to the top and we weren't even rewarded for it, we had to work just as hard to get down. -We made our own second lunch on the side of the highway: me, Kim, Lorraine, Christine, Julie and Hannah. Took some lovely pictures. -I screamed at the top of my lungs my frustration ...
... incident in a Chilli's (not pleasant) in California, so we had some gift vouchers. We gave them a reluctant second chance and had a really gooood meal that night. Thunder storms persued and we turned to our good friend Red Box. Red Box is an automated DVD vending machine. You just need your credit card and you can then drop it off an ANY other red box vender. Its great! An cheap at $2 a rental for 24 hours.
The next day we went for a drive out to a town called Eagle ...
I know this is getting redundant, but it was another spectacular day: crystal clear with temps between 65-75. And Colorado winds built up through the day.
The road out of steamboat started as a nice winding road through modest hills and ended up carving through some pretty significant canyons. A fun road on the bike with varied scenery. And we had it to ourselves.
The South Park Valley has fascinated me long before it
became famous in a cartoon. I first passed through it just before Thanksgiving
in 1991 on my way to Santa Fe to meet a friend. It had been an unusually cold
start to winter and South Park seemed like a barren frigid wasteland of deep
and blowing snow. South Park is one of three so-called “parks” in Colorado, the
others being called Middle Park and North ...
... sporting less and less teeth. Long gone were the famous, gleaming American gnashers of the West Coast. In fact, it was becoming a luxury if they had any teeth at all. 2. We had most certainly entered the Bible belt.
We checked in to the Liberty Inn Motel and whilst they were processing our payment I picked up the hotel leaflet which said