BEST WESTERN Lodge at Nederland
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... the shoulder season & some of the roads don't open till the end of May or beginning of June, even though there is no snow on them. The drive up to there was amazing, just like you see in photos from Colorado, lots of log cabin houses & you knew every time you went down a hill that very soon you would be going back up again, up to about 11,000 ft. The roads have been ...
... car we went to the front of building, aiming the edge of the hill to get a clear view of the city. The light trail didn't lead an edge. Still, the city view was amazing!
Now back to trails that lead to mountain and peaks. We went for the shortest one. A loop in the what seemed to be NCAR backyard. A little boy stopped as asking our names and starting to talk. He was extremely excited to go hiking with his parents ...
Well once again I am awake with the lergy and so I am a little slow off the blocks. I am loving Netflix as it is keeping me company whilst I hack and gag my morning away.
I was planning to head to Colorado Springs but I am not sure I can manage to drive that far when my throat is killing me and I keep uncontrollably coughing my lungs up. I would hate to hit someone. Instead I decided to that it was more important to ...
... Tom to come over, again! Plumber alert for tomorrow!
We joined the kids in the hot tub, where tonight's topic of conversation was whether Tegz could/would/should/will get into an American University. We finished off with card games, where I taught them how to play Beanie. Memories of playing this in a tent with Gramma T! (I won!)
Off to bed then, where I had the best night’s sleep so far here. Maybe the bottle of wine and 2 Mudslide’s did the ...
... the red rock in Arches gets washed out, you have to wait until sunset to get the colours back.
We stopped just around the corner to take another picture looking back at Delicate through a hole in the cliff. We climbed about 6 feet above the path, I set up the tripod, arranged the kids. But then everyone started copying what I was doing ... and were queueing behind me to take a picture... copy cats... We have a nice picture anyway.
The hike back down ...
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