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Travel Blogs from Winter Park
The road grades were steep and it was tough to keep going. My legs were working overtime giving the van enough gas to climb to the 11,000 feet we needed to get to. I was cramping up without the use if my trusty cruise control.
I took CO-9 north into a long nesrly treeless valley. We found hidden lakes and huge reservoirs whose banks were administered by the National Forest Service. They were full of Denver weekenders camping and getting their boats wet ...
... the position as they were found. The had an area where you could run your hands through them and another area along the hike where you could touch dinosaur bone still in the stone. I absolutely loved this! There were lots of rocks where you could still see the water ripples in the stone like what you see near the shore line at the beach. We hiked almost to the top of the trail (I'm having trouble with the sheer drop-offs. I didn't think I had a big problem with heights ...
... next stop. This little town was a decent drive but it was a must see destination as it was where Joseph went to college at the University of Colorado. The afternoon we arrived, the sun was out and the weather was warm. The weekend also marked Josephs 10 year anniversary of his graduation, which of course meant about 5000 class of 2012 college kids were kicking their heels up. As Joseph was activities coordinator for Boulder, we took ...
We made a plan to meet at a Mexican restaurant in Boulder. I was so excited - I hadn't seen Jeff and Pearlie in about 10 years. They were able to meet Erin and we were able to meet their kids! We had a great time catching up and visiting. As a matter of fact, we continued our visit at a local yogurt shop. Jeff and Pearlie are the kind of people where it just feels like you've known ...
... Upon entering the bed and breakfast you could smell the life of the living house. Karl's place is a sanctuary for cyclists and anyone lucky enough to find it. We were given the loft and the most amazing views in the house. It felt like we were in a treehouse. That night we were able to meet Karl and his housemates over dinner and conversation. The house is the epitomy of a Green house: compostable ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed