BEST WESTERN PLUS Eagleridge Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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- Arrived at my Aunt Sally's house at 1:30 pm
- She lives in Fountain CO
- Just drove 207.3 miles and it cost $38.63
- She offered a room for me to stay in for 3 extra days
- I am getting paid $150 for helping out around the house because she is getting to old to do some of ...
... staff, its own mines, its own school. The song' "I owe my soul to the company store" came to mind as we saw pictures of the "company store" as well as how they even made their own nails and the barrels to put them in. Businesses today rely on multiple suppliers but that is not how it was in the heyday of the mill.
Cathy returned to work and we went on to the river walk. Just so you don't have to run to a map to find out what river-- ...
... well as all four sides of the RV for identification purposes. Luckily, I had those pictures as you saw from a previous posting. Pat tried to send the pictures -- first attempt failed due to the file being too big. Second try failed -- wrong email address by one letter! Third attempt worked -- right address and three separate emails with pictures attached to each. Finally pulled out of the campsite at 11:45AM.
Lunch was in the RV in the parking lot of Menard's. For those ...
... that moment. I said goodbye to Chris and Kirsty in Cotopaxi. By the way, that town and the surrounding area is super beautiful. The road runs alongside the Arkansas River, and winds between two mountains. I was really able to enjoy the view, because the road was mostly trending downhill. I passed through Canon City, which was my first experience of the trip with general unfriendliness towards bicycles. It had a beautiful town park with water ...
... we played on trains, we saw the Rockies, we got lost, we got found, we laughed. After lunch, we continued on our way only to find that the way we were supposed to go was blocked off by high fences. Our entire group reconvened at a gas station to discuss next steps. Our leaders decided to reroute. We'd be going instead to a nicer campground. Initially we were going to have to go 20 miles on a dirt road, but not anymore. This decision and the logistics of it took about ...