The Animas B&B at the Wingate House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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After our Utah Parks adventure we had to make a decision to include Rocky Mountain National Park which was a few hundred miles further north and would add a week to our trip. With the looming government shutdown and a forecast of snow, we didn't want to be turned away at the gate. A ...
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... of the pictures as I think it will help to understand why we wanted to return a second time. In the early and prosperous days of Silverton there were 3 main streets running parallel. The one closest to the train station was the bordello district and I have included a couple of pictures of original *****houses. The section was the saloons and honky tonks, and the third was the restaurants and hotels. Most of ...
I am sure the Tracker got really excited today. It finally fulfilled it's dream to do all it was created to do. Not only did it get into 4wd (was in 4 wheel at the Outer Banks on sand, but does that really count?), it got to drive in snow! You probably saw the pictures Lynn posted showing snow on the mountain. It was weird. We were driving in the rain and around the corner came a car covered in snow. Then around the next curve we saw the snow. Around the next curve we saw a rental class ...
... of Emerald Miine on the mountain side across
from Minnie Gulch, a high alpine lake above Maggie Gulch, views of
Buffalo Basin Mine, one of the most incredible meadows of wildflowers
that I've ever seen, and finally a mad dash up to and over the alpine
tundra from Stony Pass while running from a thunderstorm. We camped at
12,500 ft. again that night in the alpine tundra with wind swirling all
around us, and cold, cold, cold. Views of the ...