Tudor Rose Bed & Breakfast and Chalets
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... by Gael. I have assured her that the swelling, itching and red blotches from the mosquito bites she will inevitably get while camping in the SUV, will not be life threatening.
We have been fortunate enough to see a moose and several black bears whilst touring through the Great Lakes area north of Toronto. In fact one small black bear nearly ended up as road kill after leaping out from the roadside vegetation in front of our hire car. ...
... to catch her eye, but she just wasn't interested! She is waiting for the "right one". =) Then I directed Tom to a drive called Spiral Top to overlook the town of Salida. We drove on a gravel road and then we got to the "spiral" part. Let me just say...it was a white knuckle drive on a one lane road. I think that both of us were praying that no one would be coming down while we were going up. There was literally no where to pull over unless you wanted ...
... turns out a cyclist had gone off the road and hurt himself pretty badly. When we arrived the MedFlight helicopter was just taking off. The pass was interesting because most of the drive was on dirt. The RAM did very well - that what it is made for. We also traveled along Taylor Reservoir - one of many huge lakes in Colorado.
We look forward to visiting Randy and Dori again in the future. They live in a beautiful area.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... better to stay somewhere
with hook ups. This is because we wanted to visit some hot springs in town and
didn’t want to leave the dogs in the camper while it was hot out. If we hooked
into some electricity they could stay cool while we left them unattended for a couple
of hours. Yeah, we gots air conditioning, yo! The RV park we stayed at seemed
to be a favourite for (old) people who wanted to live in an RV park. They had
Today's drive is filled with scenes of snow capped mountains.....so yes its a little on the chilly side. We have no real plans expect making it to Aspen by Friday. We arrive in Buena Vista and drop by the Visitor Center. They let us know the Cottonwood Pass is open and there is some amazing camping spots up there. They weren't wrong. A part from the brief thunder storm that passes over we enjoy a crispy night with a beautiful ...