Mountain River Inn Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the cold pool, we ran back up to the hot pool again. In there we
met a local guy who told us that the lady who owns the hot springs allows kids
with drug addictions to come and get off the drugs. In exchange, they work for
her for the duration of their stay. The owner believes that the water has a
naturally healing property. We agreed that it was a nice idea.
Buena Vista was a nice town and another place where we
wished we had more ...
Through the border of Utah into Colorado and we arrived into a riverside town in the mountains called Glennwood Springs. The town had a liberal vibe and we later found out why. Cannabis is legal here and it is strange to see the dispensaries dotted about the village with tens of head shops. We really loved this town with its rolling foothills that sloped down into our campsite (Ami's Campsite) that was owned by a chap with british parents. Very friendly in this town we spent a whole ...
... from the rest of the herd - more difficult than it looks on tv!) then drive them back to their pen through trees, over logs, etc. How cool! After lunch it's more cattle time! This time we take them from their pen to an arena area where we practice our maneuvering skills. One or a few people would get one or a few cows from the group and move them to a smaller pen. Difficult since cattle reminded me of a river - you can try to ...
... of many of the local businesses and indeed, entire towns. We had heard that this was a really fun way to experience the real small town America and it proved quite a challenge!
Following Route 66 is by no means a straightforward business. Large sections of road are not sign posted and you just have to muddle your way through, frequently finding ...
... first experience of having to wrap up to sleep. We had clearly not wrapped up quite enough as we froze in our sleeping bags which are good down to -1 degrees. It had dropped a lot colder than that as reported by some people at the campsite the next day - brrr!
We woke up and showered to get warm, then headed into the national park for the day. We had a fantstic day driving all through the park from east to west, going for walks along a couple of ...