Black Dog Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... them we won't need them! So we headed for the Rifle falls which were quiet wonderful & very big due to the rain. We had a wander round the park then headed off towards Craig on the 13 a scenic route through the valleys. Again the scenery was great with long straight roads, which did get rather monotonous at times. But we arrived in Craig where we had a refreshing stop. ...
... us. They will meow non-stop for hours. Wake us up in the middle of the night (or several times a night!) for company. I’m not sure if they sense that I am not well or if the travel or altitude has gotten to them as well. This however, is also putting a damper on our trip.
This is not turning into the trip we had hoped for. However, we have to get back up to Steamboat to get our tank fixed.
... involved forty miles of uninterrupted and (almost) unparalleled beauty, from the continued brilliance of the autumn colours in the trees, to the scale of the Colorado River and Gore Canyon, to the miracle of the Rio Grande Western Railroad, and the awesome panorama of the high mountains of Southern Colorado in the distance. It had a bit of everything - and all on good surfaces to ride on. There was only one hitch with today: how was it so much harder than it ...
... tranquil, we decided to stay for two nights. We set up the new rain shelter that attached to Simba and provides a covered "patio" area that extends the living space while protecting us from both rain or harsh sunshine.
Trappers Lake was first surveyed for the US Forest Service by Arthur Carhart in the early 1900s. He was so captivated by the natural beauty of this lake that he urged leaving the lake in its natural, ...
... the clouds as you will see from the photos, as you come down the mountain you start in cloud, drop out into clear, then into cloud again until you get down to the base and out of the cloud again. Once darkness arrives so does the snow.
For all those amateur astronomers out there, with all this snow in the last week and so much cloud cover I have missed 2 astronomy events, firstly last weekend was a major meteor shower occurence, which was ...