Edgar Olin House Bed and Breakfast
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... Before long we could see mountains in the distance and were conscious that we were climbing. We went to a State Park first, built around a large dam, but it was very open and windy – would be good for people with RVs and boats! A word about State Parks – the Rangers leave at 4 pm so it is very hard to get information after that. In ...
... the pictures would have been any better from the bridge.
From the top of the gorge, you could see railroad tracks along the river. They do offer a train ride through the bottom of the gorge that looked interesting, but they only offer trains in the morning. We had just finished with our pictures and were heading back down the switchbacks to US-50E when all of a sudden the sky opened up and it began to pour. I don't know if it was ...
I plan to start in Pueblo Saturday morning August 22 and go to Cotopaxi.
Thoughts at the beginning of the trip. I have put the towns I hope to reach each day. After I get to Yuba City it will depend on how I feel and what I want to see that day.
I have a ticket to fly back Sept 14 but I may come home before that.
Because I have not rode the bike as many miles as I planned to this summer I will probably stay in Gunnison two nights to recover ...
... top, Dad, Sarah and Paul had hot chocolate while Mom shopped in the gift shop. She checked out just in time to catch the train back down.
As we headed back to the hotel we made a pitstop at Carl's JR to get a bit of a snack. It was good to get back to the hotel and crash. Hopefully breakfast tomorrow will be better, though Mom asked at the front desk and the same two gentlemen will be on duty in the morning. We'll see.
... the other major cities in Colorado. Pueblo is the heart of the Pueblo Metropolitan Statistical Area and an important part of the Front Range Urban Corridor.