Blue Mountain Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in at us. Big, crazy looking things look very much like they want revenge and no doubt deserve it!
Independence pass snuck up on us and all of a sudden we were amongst more classic alpine scenery, higher than Mt Cook, and then down the other side to the narrowest of jutting cliff/precipice of doom type roads we had encountered so far, before popping out in Aspen.
Aspen is another Queenstown, but without the lake so not quite as beautiful, no doubt ...
... Terry rowing with his wife Jane, and friend, Ray as his passengers, and my husband Glenn rowing with me as his passenger. Everyone except Wanda is an experienced river runner (Glenn hates the term 'river rat'). It was Wanda's first time on the river.
A shuttle company is paid to drive our cars to the take-out so that they will be there when we arrive. Some river shuttles are short enough that we drive the cars ourselves to the take-out, and ...
... have forgotten to give me my new pass. She let me in but that was only a temporary solution to my problem.
Colorado National Monument has one main road going through it. The Visitor Center is closer to the entrance at the other end from where I entered. The park has steep red rock canyons typical of other Colorado Plateau parks I've seen, such as Arches National Park, which isn't too far away. I stopped at ...
And seriously hot it was! Thankfully the night wasn't too bad, mainly due to the continental land mass (dredging GSCE Geography...) making it cool at nights, but by 0700 it was baking and the planned morning run long abandoned... So we upped sticks and headed for the Visitor Centre and Quarry, incredible places... Three more budding Junior Rangers set about ticking boxes and finding new objects. The Quarry was ...
... into Utah. I was expecting the state boundary to be more of a big deal...but was just like crossing a county border in the UK. Then down into Dinosaur National Monument. Stunning scenery, and incredibly hot. Lovely shaded campground by the river, and a very strange ranger talk in the evening....it is going to be seriously hot ...