Call of the Canyon Cabins
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Next stop: Mt. Evans, CO. This is the highest paved road in the U.S. We saw all kinds of wildlife. The yellow-bellied marmots lay on the road and look like a rock, just begging you to run over them. Fortunately, we didn't.
... site that was.
As I pushed farther east the temperatures got warmer and the ice dissipated. I was getting very close to St. Louis and got set up for an ILS approach. This is where my training from my other flight instructor Dave came into action. I slowed the plane up and did an instrument approach right down to 700 feet where I broke out of the clouds and saw that runway. Wow was that a nice site!
I landed the ...
... with still no internet access on my laptop, my husband arrived and stayed in the office talking to the owner's daugher while I returned to our room to get my smartphone. I figured I'd be able to trouble shoot the problem to see if it was my laptop or their system.
I arrived back in the office to find the owner red-faced and yelling at my husband, saying there is nothing wrong with their internet service, that I didn't know how to run ...
Not to be outdone, again using Butler maps we quickly picked out a couple of great rides to lead us North and up into Boulder. The ride was quite chilly to begin with as we slowly climbed our way up to Leadville (elev 10,200'). The bikes handled the roads really well and we strapped the GoPro Hero camera to Cliffy for a change and he became the film director. Some hilarity ensued as he got the on/off record button ...
... and an outside fire on the upper decking, along with a dining set and a sun lounger. The bottom decking has a hot tub, perfectly positioned to see the sun set over the reservoir, and the moon shine down and light it up.
The living area is huge, with enormous windows with no curtains or blinds to hide the view, and there’s a huge seating/laying area built in, where you can just flop and read/doze/look.
There’s 4 bedrooms; the boys are right at the ...