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Travel Blogs from Fraser
... market" IMO), and then walked around downtown and hit a great bookstore, coincidentally named Boulder Bookstore, and found 3 great books. So, sorry, no adventures to report, but I will post one more entry after I return that HOPEFULLY will include some photos to mountains and natural lakes. I will be driving back south via a more scenic route through central CO down to Albuquerque, then south on 25 to 10. Thanks for reading... next entry will be more scenic I hope!
... on I-70. *** Today was another loop day, but so much more than that. I now understand why Rocky Mountain National Park is Ray’s all-time favorite ride. It takes your breath away, in every possible way. Day Eleven Summary: Historic US-40, on a rampage in Granby, getting high on a Harley, Robert Redford makes a cameo appearance. Click here to view today’s route from Silverthorne to Rocky Mountain National Park, Mount Evans, and back. What will tomorrow ...
... for a couple weeks before leaving. Within a month, a few days and a few repairs later, we were ready. My parents and I had decided that they were going to drive 7 hours to Durango to visit my brother and see how the whole setup ran. I was so excited. It was bittersweet to work my last to weeks at the coffee shop but the grace was up and i knew i needed to do this.
The weekend before i left, i was at the Biergharten with a beautiful community that i had ...
... as a wide bike path that got narrower about half of the way down. We then turned on to a proper road and continued through Vail and continued down into Avon.
At this point we were in jeopardy of missing the bus and Gordy and I were going flat out until we hit the finish. As the adoring fans cheered us on we crossed the finish line and breathed a sigh of relief. We received our obligatory medal of achievement and I looked at my watch to see that it was ...
... direction rather than backtracking my way in.
I spent the night car camping in Grand Lake, a resort town on a natural lake of the same name below the spectacular peaks of Rocky Mountain National Park. Grand Lake is the first significant lake below the headwaters of the Colorado River and the town is a kind of western gateway to the national park. I passed it many times on the road, but this was my first time turning off and spending some time in the pleasant ...
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