The Iron Gate Inn and Winery
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Got away nice and early, 6:45 am. It started out quite cool, 4 degrees but warmed quite quickly, By 10 o'clock it was in the high teens and sunny. Relatively uneventful ride. The weird thing was that it is the Friday before the memorial day weekend and there is no traffic, I mean no traffic. I could drive for 30 minutes without coming up on a car or having one pass men. Then I ...
... The autumn colours where brilliant and we couldn't capture it with a camera no matter how we tried. Then a complete surprise we were at Cedar Breaks National Monument and we were able to drive the scenic byway U-148. It is called the "circle of painted cliffs" which is a huge amphitheatre of colourful eroded rocks. We walked to the overlook and it was freezing. On the way back to the car we saw that there was snow ...
... bought a copper and stainless steel band with a Native American inscriptions on it. It's my personal favourite and its actually really heavy. But the colour is just right as is the size. I ended up buying a silver feather necklace pendant with a blue turquoise stone running through the centre. Mine cost $152.00 and Andrews was $132.00 plus tax. We were really happy with our ad hoc purchases we went back to our cabin and opened our wine, put a jumper on as ...
... used his foot to stop slipping on the smooth wall. My next move was to stand on his toe, by accident, to a canyon filling scream. I had the giggles and nearly slipped into the water.
I love slot canyons…but bloody hell was this one narrow! So narrow that Lyn did in fact, get wedged in at one point! He went first and came across a chock stone wedged between the canyon walls, with a gap underneath it. He opted for going under it! Big mistake! Huge! ...