San Isabel Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Sat outside eating our dinner as the sunset.
The last pass we drove over brought us into new ecosystem we commonly associate with the southwest, with juniper and Pinyon pines and cactus and other plants we find common to the southwest. So we have come full circle. No longer in the northern Rockies, but in the southwest USA.
One small not here if you read this. We harvested Pine nuts! As we ...
... our GPS. The valleys were dotted with log cabins and chalets and the mountains were covered in fir trees and autumnal aspens. The latter really do appear to shimmer, as their small golden leaves
quiver with even the slightest breeze. Soon after, we reached a high, dry plateau surrounded by mountains but without many trees and with poor-looking soil. It wasn’t what I had imagined, and it lasted until we gently crossed another highish pass ...
... or smaller hiways. We finally turned it off as the directions in the KOA book clearly said it was on Hi-way 50. Our host her told us others relied on their GPS and took a very circular route to get here! This is KOA member customer appreciation weekend. We get one night free – our cabin here works out to $33 a night! They also had half decent tent sites but we decided to continue ...
... the San Juan Mountains, because the rest of the road was still fun, but more of the typical mountain road we are used to. It did drop further from Silverton and passed through a mining ghost town that looks like it will be preserved. Further along, we passed through Ouray which evidently has hot springs. There is a huge pool in the center of town with a water park around it that appears to be fed from the hot spring. It looked like great ...
... at any moment it could go pear shaped. After buying a Sim card for our phone, the guy in the shop insisted on escorting me to the ATM two doors up the street to withdraw cash. I would have been easy meat!
The place is also filthy. We have been to developing countries where the citizens appear to have more of a sense of hope and pride in their surroundings.
We picked up the truck without any hassle from US Customs and hit the road only three ...