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Travel Blogs from Fraser
Big day today, skiing at the A-Basin, unbelievably - given that today is June 1st!
It was a 2 hour drive from Fort Collins and passed lots of names of places that I am reading about in 'Bury my heart at Wounded Knee'. Mixed feelings about all of that, knowing a bit more about how the Indians were treated during the late 19th Century. On the way we saw old mines, and references to rivers such as 'Big Thomson' and the Platte, all of which feature in the book.
... from. I should have remembered as Dayna and I were making jokes on me being butchered in a plastic covered room. I apologise and sit down at the bar. He goes around the other side and offers to buy me a drink. Beer it is. We chat a little as he also deals with the other customers. He says that I seem nice enough and he hands me the keys to his place and gives me the address. I'm starving so I order some Japanese food, as this is a Japanese restaurant, and chat ...
Jess had some business in Boulder so we went along and called in at NCAR. ( National Center for Atmospheric Research. Not only was it free but it was also set in a scenic position high above Boulder and backed by rugged mountains. There were many interesting and interactive displays which simplified weather phenomenon. Once more to the breach and tackling yet another ...
Another gorgeous day in Colorado although warm this afternoon with temperatures in the high 80's. Spent several hours visiting downtown Denver. Saw the State Capitol and adjacent government buildings and the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception where Pope John Paul celebrated mass in 1993. Some of the area around the capital is a bit seedy. In keeping with Denver's reputation as the Mile High City, the 13th ...
The impressive looking mountains you see ahead as you
descend from the Eisenhower Tunnel when heading west from Denver are part of
the Gore Range, a rather small range of the Rockies that runs northwestward
from I-70 near Frisco and Copper Mountain to the Colorado River’s Canyon and
forms the border between Eagle County and northern Summit County. While it has
some attractive looking peaks, I tended to ...
Other places to stay in Fraser
52 Meadow Mile, Fraser | Condofrom $73
191 E Meadow Mile, Fraser | 3 star condofrom $72
200 Bryant Street, Fraser | Condofrom $105
50 Cranmer Avenue, Fraser | Condofrom $115
100 Bryant Street, Fraser | 3 star condofrom $115