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... Creekside cafe on 11th street a really great places to eat,, then back to RV to start heading to Granby, had a jack problem, jack still advise they down but they are properly up, so discontinued the power from the switch. Drove to Billy's in Granby, Colorado, stop at a Kum and Go for fuel in Granby then headed to his house, park next to church used 20 amp service and water, dogs stay most of time in ...
... one after another! Matt used the toilets to wash crusty porridge and toothpaste from his beard. We both looked grim. What we have come to realise is that the toughness of this route is not really about the climbs or height gain. You can't look at any one day, its profile, gradient, climbing or downhill and say it will be hard or easy. What really makes it tough are the extreme changes in climate and weather. Within the last few days we have gone from sweltering heat in a desert ...
... the year. This one was the annual Rocky Mountain Ford Mustang Roundup. That explained all the gorgeous vintage and modern Mustangs we saw proudly fangin' about the place.
We used the place to simply grab a nice meal (Nice meal, one of the best of the trip, Cam!), do some washing and rest our heads before departing Colorado at last, subbing it for Utah, Moab to be precise, a 5-6 hour drive away. ...
... 14px; line-height: 19px; text-align: left; ">Lunch was a salad and cheeseburger and fries and chocolate brownie for dessert.
Guides Brandon and Stewy took myself and 2 other guests tubing which was a lot of fun! Tubing at VVR is great, because they take you up the tubing hill by snowmobile and after you slide down, they come down and pick you up so you can repeat as often as you like!
For tonight’s dinner I had a salad, NY strip steak with mushroom ...
... After our second run we skied up onto another lookout point and then began our descent through aspens and pines, weaving our way among them.
By the time we got to the bottom it was only about 2pm so we still had time. Jess asked if I wanted to keep skiing and I said yes, so we drove farther up the road and skied the Nipple Peak area. We didn’t have time to go up the peak, but we skied around below it doing a gradual climb. On our ski back down again, ...