Sunlight Mountain Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
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With Colby all fixed up we decided to stop at Glenwood Canyons Adventure Park on our way to Bogan Flats campground in Marble. This was truly a weird place. It is part Gondola ride, part cave tour, and part theme park all perched at the top of a mountain. The lunatics who designed this place took full advantage of the thousand foot cliff faces surrounding the park. For example the roller-coaster extends out over the edge of the canyon for that little ...
... that we had somehow passed Colby dry clothes through the window just to mess with him. He still believes that. I promise you we did not. It was a fourth of July miracle! Truly weird.
The following day we took a trip up the road to Rifle Falls State Park and did a small hike up to the falls. We have seen a lot of waterfalls in our travels, but this one was unique because of the topography gave you great access to it. You could ...
... told him to walk down the trail around the corner and all our questions would be answered. He was right, it was spectacular.
Driving through Colorado was amazing, the mountains are beautiful. Once again, we weren't on the interstate often, so I think we got to see a lot more. I'd only been to Colorado Springs a couple of times and Denver once, so this was all entirely new to me. We stayed in Glenwood Springs, Colorado Sunday night.
... station for our liquid replenishment ritual (gas for the motorcycles and sports drink or water for ourselves) and, then, we proceed north on Rt. 13. There is nothing particularly interesting about Rt. 13; just miles and miles of open spaces and WIND.
... provided more dramatic scenery than the drive in from Denver. The sheer scale and size of the mountains reminded us of the Canadian Rockies. It's almost hard to drive and look at the same time. There are also a lo of pot holes everywhere! We passed through many ski towns including Vail, all like ghost towns now as the snow melts.
On the way to Glenwood Springs we drove through some very small towns that look like they have just stepped out of ...