Comfort Inn & Suites Carbondale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... grilled cheese and a chocolate caramel brownie. The food was pretty good for a cafeteria. I was there early, so managed to avoid the crowds that started to filter in as I was leaving.
I then skied down to the main base area and stopped into the Four Mountain Sports and swapped my skis for the Volkl Kenja in a 156. The Nordicas had a ****** tune—they were swimmy and were washing out on the soft groomers. While the edges ...
Bob's 60th Birthyear celebration continues. February 2nd & 3rd we took the Amtrak California Zephyr from Denver to Glenwood Springs and back. It has been something we have talked about for a long time and finally got to do. The train travels through areas that are not accessible by car. It winds its way up to the Continental Divide, through the Moffat Tunnel, ...
... vows. You'll have to guess why this rule came about? )
In addition to seeing all the old, and I mean, old Latrobe Wildcats, we spent a lot of time with my childhood friend Sue Pohland Paterno and her brothers. Those memories go back to when we were both 3 years old, then through high school, and to her fixing me up with Janet Schultz Harvey, and then through adult life, until today. Spending time with Sue was the high point of the weekend; ...
... stop in Basalt for a cup of coffee on the way. Check out the menu option on the photo! I drafted behind Jonathan all the way from Basalt to Carbondale - never done that before and it's amazing how much less work you have to do. I was so grateful even if it meant I couldn't look around. It had heated up by the time we reached Carbondale and I was happy to get out of my bike gear and into something more ...
... such activities and events.
So Myra was in Carbondale for the national finals of such a
herding event without any dogs of her own in the competitions. I accompanied
her around for a while and watched some dogs “chase sheep” (as I call it) for a
while. I have no doubt it takes skill on the part of both the dogs and the
handlers, but it seems like something like rodeo, a form of purpose ...