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... history interests we visited the Manitou cave dwellings which gave us an insightful look into how some of Americas natives managed to survive in the harshness of Colorado's arid landscape. A final freezing nights sleep pushed us to book a nice room in Aspen and ignore the 'desire' to camp in a known snow location. At this elevation I think the tent camping will be taking a back burner for a while. Enjoy the pictures, we enjoyed taking them! ...
... Driving through small town America and seeing each little town's celebration -- Pagosa Springs, Monte Vista, Salida, Canon City -- and getting to see the beauty of southern Colorado was -- at least from my viewpoint behind the wheel -- a perspective of everything that is right with our Country.
Arriving in Canon City, the day was late, and a hotel was secured ...
... placed the number on our table. The sound of the bubbling water was very soothing.
Shortly, one of the wait staff brought our burgers. I believe it was absolutely the best cheese burger I have ever had!
After lunch we strolled through the huge gift/art shop. We bought all sorts of Colorado tourist items. I plan to use some of them as representational gifts once we arrive in ...
... to that store until we realized we had already been in it.
When we discovered that, I sent the kids across the street to save us a spot at an outdoor cafe. Leslie went with them. I stopped at Patsy's, a Manitou tradition. I think it opened in 1910. I bought a box of caramel popcorn with nuts. Wonderful!!!
I then went across the street to meet everyone at the cafe. The name of the cafe was Coquette's Bistro and ...
There are two routes from Taos to the I-25; east on the US-64 or north on the NM-522 (which turns into the CO-159 over the border in Colorado) and then east on the US-160. Most of the breakfast room joined in the conversation as to the fastest and best route to take. The general consensus was that although the US-64 was a scenic route, going north was quicker and probably a better option given the forecast. We ...