Black Dog Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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- Woke up at 8:30
- Realized there was still so much to do
- Went to the Yampa River Core Trail to jog again
- Visited local event called Oktoberwest
-Participated in a meat eating contest
-Got so full that i couldnt go anywhere so i went to the motel room and fell asleep
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We left Grand Valley behind and climbed into the White River Mountains. Gaining elevation, the ecosystem changed from high desert to mountain pines and aspens.
There were plenty of opportunities to set up dispersed camping along the forest service road. Since we are self-contained in Simba, this is an appealing option. The wide meadow that we chose offered both sunshine and tall pines. We hoped to see a variety of birds and, if ...
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Driving north ...