Comfort Inn Near Vail Beaver Creek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... home a wiser individual with an abundance of new life experiences.
When Darren and I got back to Boulder we had to come to terms with our second out of the three goodbyes we would face during our time together. It was hard pulling away from his house and leaving Boulder. My heart felt heavy and was telling me to stay, yet I also wanted to see my family at the same time. I headed an hour south ...
... a high mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains of central Colorado. It is at an elevation 12,095 ft (3,687 m) on the Continental Divide. State Highway 82 traverses it, in the process reaching the highest elevation of a paved Colorado state highway on a through road. It is also the highest paved crossing of the Continental Divide in the U.S. Because of the heavy snowfall at its elevation, it is closed in wintertime. A beautiful ride........
Head back to Aussie on Wednesday...
... We live in such a beautiful state that is full of such adventure and the opportunity to appreciate such natural splendor, that I simply must document it. J I mean, people from go on vacation from all over the country to travel HERE- Colorado. Sometimes I do feel like I'm living one big vacation, and especially lately, all I want to do is absorb and drink every last drop of this life I’ve been given. Okay, enough of my corny ...
Drove up to Aspen to see Richard Ford my grandson. Had dinner and walked around Aspen went to bed and drove back to Centenial to stay with her until Tuesday Morning.
Richard showed us around the town. Richard knows at least a dozen beautiful girls who we met around Aspen.
... beautiful views of the canyon.
Once we got through Grand Canyon Park however, we went through nearly 350 miles of 2 lane highway, passing through the Navajo Reservation and the Apache Reservation. Now I could probably write book on why we didn't see anything for these 350 miles save roadside "Native American Art Stands" and I might, but for now let me say it was desolate in the extreme.
Then came Utah, which I didn't think was ...