San Isabel Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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We had one of those lazy days today that you sometimes need on a long holiday. We've basically just ambled round Salida, its park running alongside the river and its quaint shops. We had a lovely breakfast at a restaurant table overlooking the Arkansas river where one or two canoeists were testing their skills. Salida is a funny place where ...
... turns out a cyclist had gone off the road and hurt himself pretty badly. When we arrived the MedFlight helicopter was just taking off. The pass was interesting because most of the drive was on dirt. The RAM did very well - that what it is made for. We also traveled along Taylor Reservoir - one of many huge lakes in Colorado.
We look forward to visiting Randy and Dori again in the future. They live in a beautiful area.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... and statues; they even watered their designated patch of RV-side
grass. We took a spot at the very back - away from everyone else. This way no
one was bothered by our dogs laying in the grass unleashed.
There are a number of 14ers around BV and we could see
many of them from our spot, including Mt Princeton. A “14er” is a mountain with
an elevation between 14,000ft and 14,999ft. Before we went to Cottonwood Hot
... valley and was known for silver mining. The name came from silver by the ton. After Silverton, we headed even higher, going through spectacular mountain passes - Red Mountain Pass and Box Canyon - on our way to Ouray. Just north of there, we saw a spectacular waterfall called Box Canyon Falls. On to Ridgeway and Montrose, where we turned east on hwy 50 through the West Elk Mountains. We crossed ...
So, the Rocky Mountains. Where can I start with trying to describe how utterly amazing this piece of preserved perfection is? As we neared, we knew instantly that what we were perceiving was the Rocky Mountains. There was huge expanses of greenery leading up to the mountains which were all full of green pine trees. Streams and bubbling brooks jumped out at us, reflecting the sunlight and soothing us with the sound of running water. Nearing the entrance, we saw some wild deer and ...