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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... and memorable evening, but the day started far less auspiciously. Today involved a mammoth climb of 27 miles and almost 4,000 feet from Salida to Marshall Pass (10,842 feet). What we didn't need, therefore, was a late departure and more rain. But that's exactly what we got - plus a snow storm. This morning we had to take our bikes into the workshop in Salida. The chains have done over 1,200 miles and the brake pads are none existent. We dropped them in about eleven and ...
... to pack and repack because we used the ranch kitchen. Instead, we spent a few hours drinking freshly brewed coffee and talking to Eric who runs the place. As we finally packed up our bikes to go and opened the ranch doors, we saw before us a herd of hundreds of Buffalo who had come down from the hills to gather by the river. It was such an amazing sight to witness their huge size and familiar profile just a couple of hundred metres away. By the time we left, clouds were brewing, ...
... places at a certain time. Needless to say I missed my appointment, but phoned the guy and he agreed to open his shop at 7am the next morning to get us back on the road. We found free camping at a great campsite just outside town by a creek. We ate cheap and kind of meh pizza in town and tried a couple microbrews. Concern is growing about price and quality of food, lack of yuengling, sweet tea, and free ...
... t share the thrill in the downhill and she rode her brakes the whole time. It was a very stressful experience for her. We got to Salida pretty early and had some Cambodian food at a place that was recommended. We were also able to camp for free along the Arkansas River on BLM land. I think tomorrow will be a rest day. I want to check out Salida and go to the library to plan my trip up to CO Springs and through Kansas. I don't have a map for ...
... this was pretty treacherous being that it was all snow. We held onto the trees when it was just too slippy but did unfortunately fall down a couple of times (it was pretty funny I have to say)! We decided that sky pond was obviously too hard to get to, especially for those as unprepared as we so we decided to call it a day and head back. We had done just under 9 miles in around 4 1/2 hours which we were pretty happy with! As we had some time left, we decided to do a 2 mile ...