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After we found our fortune, lol, we continued down the road through Denver finally arriving at our overnight stop in Limon, CO.
Drove from McAlester, OK to Limon, CO today ... about an 11 hour trip. All I can say is flat, boringly flat. And boy is it hot ... at least 95 degrees. One thing I don't remember the last time we were through here was the number of wind farms. They stretch for miles west of Salina, KS. Then you don't see them again until you hit the Colorado border …
... for about 15 minutes before continuing on. We had planned to spend the night in Burlington, CO, but the landscape was more of the same. I told Dave I would like to get closer to Colorado Springs so I wouldn’t have too much of this same 'ol same ‘ol tomorrow. We are about 60 miles from CO Springs.
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... times in the area. we get dropped off late at the hammock hostel, its bright and busy here with lots of travelers from all over the place. It is different and I have never stayed anywhere like this, the ocean breeze comes in and keeps us cool, no A/C needed. Off to bed for the night- but this may be a challenge, it is a rowdy group here and it is so ...
... out of dreamstate and it actually took me a minute to figure out where I was. It didn't take long to clarify the push toward the first mountain range of the many to come, I was rolling at 70 on 70 before 7:00. By 8 am I was sipping coffee not too far from a little town called Silver Plume. I could see ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Limon
Fairly new facility, clean and comfortable....complaint they have no elevators; one ice machine on 2nd level, going to have to use stairs one way or another. Breakfast meal OK, but could offer more selection.
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