The Inn of the Rockies at the Historic Alma House
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... economy is based totally off tourism.
Telluride used to be a mining town, but now it’s best known for its ski resort and music festivals. The Telluride Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In Telluride, the boys posed for the obligatory Coors mountain photo. I can confirm that the mountain is not blue, but it was very snowy. Just off the main street we found the Telluride Free Box which is a set of cubbies ...
... of the road above a very deep canyon sitting in the passenger seat up front. When we were driving back to Telluride we stopped at a park in Ridgeway which had a roundabout, swings and a slide. It also had some monkey-bars. By the time it was around 5:00pm, Mum and Dad said it was time to leave the park and go home. Of course we all said "no" but thought we better get home for dinner so we got in the car, kicked up our feet and got ready for an hour's drive home.
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Favorite meals - Fresh Salmon and Halibut cooked in the RV caught by our dinner guests
... expensive built to date (so we were told) at 500,000 1907 dollars and only operated for 6 years before the town left. The people of Animas Forks had survived the 1884 blizzard that left the town under 25 feet of snow....and dropping gold prices made them leave.
The people used old newspaper articles to insulate the cabins. One of which printed quotes from Theodore Roosevelt stating the Homesteaders' responsibility to protect themselves as they were in "Enemy territory." ...
... up the radiator hoses and drink the coolant. I popped the hood and looked inside, but I couldn’t spot the perpetrator. After yelling and slamming the hood, I watched plump marmot crawl out from the engine area under the car. It didn’t want to leave, so it took a rock to the body to get motivated. I don’t know how long it had been messing around with my car during my 6 hour hike, but I was lucky to find that it had only managed to chew ...