Econo Lodge West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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- Arrived at my Aunt Sally's house at 1:30 pm
- She lives in Fountain CO
- Just drove 207.3 miles and it cost $38.63
- She offered a room for me to stay in for 3 extra days
- I am getting paid $150 for helping out around the house because she is getting to old to do some of ...
... on a telephone pole, about 80 to 100 feet from the highway. He obliged for several photos before taking to the air and giving us a grand view in flight.
We camped in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains at Bear Lake with the Spanish Peaks towering above. It was quiet and pleasant so we re-upped for a second night and enjoyed a relaxing day in camp. We did manage to take the short hike to and around Bear Lake, probably less than two miles altogether.
... out of the raft. Fortunately, the guide and John pulled me right back in the raft, but I ended up lying in the bottom of the raft while the rest of the people paddled us through a very difficult rapid. I was sorry I missed it, yet the dunk in the water was fun. The photographer for the rafting company was at the rapid and the pictures he took of us are really funny. Notice the feet sticking out of the raft! ...
... the way to the campground.
We stopped at a place called Mile 8 Bar and Grill and had a burger and beer on the way home. This is the first meal that we’ve eaten out since we started our trip. I’m sure it won’t be the last. We are now watching the Little League World Series and then we’ll call it a night. We might be on Central Time, but haven’t adjusted to Mountain Time yet, so we’ll be in bed ...
... we played on trains, we saw the Rockies, we got lost, we got found, we laughed. After lunch, we continued on our way only to find that the way we were supposed to go was blocked off by high fences. Our entire group reconvened at a gas station to discuss next steps. Our leaders decided to reroute. We'd be going instead to a nicer campground. Initially we were going to have to go 20 miles on a dirt road, but not anymore. This decision and the logistics of it took about ...