BEST WESTERN PLUS Rio Grande Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Deze morgen onze valiezen weer inpakken. Jammer dat we hier moeten vertrekken. Wat een zalig hotel. En een fantastische plek. Ik hou echt van dit gebied met die "rode rotsen". Eerst gaan we nog naar Canyonlands National Park. Na het zeer drukke Arches NP gisteren was Canyonlands zalig rustig vandaag. Voor de ingang van Island in the Sky (é …
... looked like a crazed lunatic. I was smiling, rushing around throwing my babies into the Rav like a busy factory worker. I fired up the engine and away to the mall we went. I know what you're thinking...this must take a wrong turn. But it doesn't. We did nothing but stroller ourselves through the mall and I'm sure the shoppers thought I was the geekiest, proudest mother of all. I stood up tall and smiled ...
Yesterday I managed to trade my bike so; a month into my trip, I am finally riding a touring bike. My 20 year old Marin with dual suspension, upright handle bars, and the heaviest frame known to man- is no more. And thank God for that! After many days alone in the desert, I am sure that I started to lose my mind, the deluded thought that my bike would suddenly rise up and become a transformer and charge me up ...
... was a guy watching us all with a really funny look in his eye which I pointed out to Jake as he was freaking me out a little, Jake said he had been smoking weed he could tell by his eyes apparently and he could smell it in some of the random people in the bar too. I was quite surprised they had been smoking it at the back of the bar however Jake reminded me that there's recently been a new law passed in Colorado where local shops sell cannabis and its not classed as being illegal ...
... old man to shame. The guide was a real interesting dude named Josh. He was the true definition of a western mountain man. He traps, bobcat, raccoon, mountain lion, and God knows what else. He also raises and rides rodeo bulls. To help with expenses he does some fly fish guiding a few times per week as well. Hunter and I both learned more about fly fishing over the course of this one day than we had in years of trying to teach ourselves.