BEST WESTERN Vista Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... beauty of it's land and proud people.
"Little Circles" by Stephen Laskey
Sit back in your chair, put your feet up in front of you and then move them in little circles. Now close your eyes and just imagine where that simple motion may take you.
My little circles have taken me to places of unimaginable wonder, to worlds of pure awe and uncontested beauty, and to the edges of mortality ...
Then spent a few days lazing under pines in the mountains. Now heading northwards towards Rocky Mountain NP. Spectacular scenery in this part of the country, but the mossies & flies are vicious... (you are so right Joyce!)
Hope all's well there....
G & D
... did my best. After my muscles warmed up, I was surprised by how efficiently and pain-free it was riding. This was the first day that my legs didn't burn while climbing hills. I also felt decently acclimated. My body really came together at the perfect time. I didn't even need to walk my bike up any of the mountain. I've never really trained for anything physical in my life, so I've never seen this kind of change. It's pretty awesome. ...
We have aptly nicknamed this ride the "surprise century." After our third, what we thought would be our last century and rumors of today being an 86-ish mile day, a 102 mile ride through the first chunk of the Rockies was not what we expected. Not to mention the persistent head winds (I had to pedal hard down the descents to even break 30mph), and the high elevation that gave a few people some altitude sickness. We climbed about 8,200' over the course of the day, covered the Garden ...
... dirt roads toward Mt. Champion, but had to settle for Mount Elbert....the road to Mount Champion apparently required an amphibious vehicle with the high water level....
It was mid afternoon and we knew very well that we would be limited to our hike up Mt. Elbert....It requires a solid 6-8 hours of hiking..We decided to hike up the swtich-back trails toward the top just to have the ...