Orient Land Trust
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- Kids pool
- Heated pool
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and Blue Mesa Summit, where there was also the Blue Mesa Reservoir. Monarch Pass was at 11, 312 feet and was also at the Continental Divide, so now we are officially in the east again. The last leg of our journey today took us to Salida, where we stopped for the night. It was late when we got in, so we made it a pizza night and I finally got some laundry done. What a day of spectacular scenery!
... were inspirational in the adventures they had been on and the ambition with which they pursue new challenges. I very much enjoyed hearing their stories and looking out their window at the incredible view of the snow-capped Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
Now I'm heading south and east for a few more days and I am excited to reunite with my partner, Powerstroke, in Austin, TX.
... and freezing cold, followed by sixteen miles of descent to the tiny town of Sargents. In sunny weather, this would have been a dream descent, but we arrived in Sargents dangerously cold and headed straight into the cafe to guzzle four hot chocolates, two coffees, a packet of crisps and two cookies. We had planned to ride 65 miles today to get us up and over Cochetopa Pass, but we called it a day ten miles short to wild camp at Upper Dome Reservoir. From the tent, we have ...
... venue with clean, concrete floor and fairy lights. What an awesome night! We just slept on our matts on the floor - no tent needed. Day 46. Sunday 28th September. Hartsel Springs Guest Ranch to Salida. It had to happen. Colorado had given us four days straight of perfect weather and consistently stunning scenery. At some point, things had to change, and today they certainly did. Things started very nicely. We had no tent to pack up because we slept in the barn, and no stove and ...
Founded in 1880, Salida was originally a railroad town and was a significant link in the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. After World War II the ...