Comfort Inn Near Vail Beaver Creek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it did the job and Darren was ready to go have his interview. We parked up in Vail and walked around for a while as we had a little time to kill. Whilst sitting down by a stream I had a call from my one of my old bosses at Vail saying she had my application and they’d love to have me back so no need for an interview….great!! Also…she gave me a little pay rise too!! So I was all set and ready to start training on November ...
After a good night in the truck (maybe a little cold!!) we decided we wanted to get up early and head back to the Lake and walk around it for a while. We were up at 6am and had to Lake to ourselves…it was beautiful watching the sun come up and a nice change to feel cold for a few hours. There was a notice at the Lake just letting everyone know that a Moose WILL out run you and out swim you!! Nothing to worry about then! ...
... and Josh said about Piney Lake so we headed on up (it was down the same road they lived at when I stayed with them)….it
took about 40 minutes of careful driving on bumpy dirt roads with sheer drops, but we
eventually made it! On the way we saw a woodchuck (we think) and some deer. We
had just enough time to see the lake before dark and we are now sat in the
truck in a camp spot ready for bed. The plan is to get up early and go see it
and hike around properly.
Aspen reminded me a bit of Banff, cute little ski/snowboard town with lots of hikes in the summer.
Unfortunately, I did not realize how high up Aspen is (2400m above sea level) and once we started our hike at Maroon Bells, I felt quite dizzy and tired. Turns out I must have had some sort of altitude sickness at 3000m above sea level... That happened on our hike in Santa Fe as well.. well, now I know :)
I recovered quickly and finished the hike at least...
I started out on my journey from my home in Cheyenne, WY at 4:30AM to jump ahead of the relentless Denver commuter traffic. As I neared Denver, I merged onto I-70 and started my way through the Rocky Mountains. Shortly into my climb on I-70 I passed through the Eisenhower Tunnel, which at 11,158 feet is the highest point and longest tunnel on the U.S. Interstate Highway system. Upon descending from ...