Gold Point Resort
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... succeeded after some trial and error,
even if the potatoes weren’t done until about an hour after the kabobs. With a
new moon and few clouds, we could see thousands of stars and enjoyed the view
before climbing into our tent and getting a little sleep.
Route: US-24E, US-50W, US-550S, US-160W
Mileage: 445 mi
... some of my favorite people call this place home. My cousin Sasha and her parents Kenny and Phylis all live locally. Ken is now in his early seventies and doing more than I do in my 40's. He goes skiing probably close to 70 days per year, has two super cool hotrods, an awesome Porsche 356, and continues to fix all his own stuff. He has always been someone that I looked up to and seeing him now only strengthens that. If I can do what he does at that ...
... and went to the other Gondala and came up to the Adventure Ridge) hiked to Adventure Ridge (it was a mile). When we got to the top we were going to go on "the big ropes corse" but it was too expensive. So we settled on trampoline bungee jumping instead :) First we ate lunch then we went and did "bungee jumping." Edie and Ben both did back flips ;) and Tommy did NOT want to get off ;( he threw a HUGE meltdown :| When we got him to calm down we took a family photo ...
... freezing (45 degrees) and on the side of the boardwalk they made us there was a little creek. Tommy dropped his stuffed bison, Bullseye Target into the water (and screamed and cried). Scott our tour guide said "don't cry it's the clearest water you'll ever see" (it did not help ;). Then he stopped because Auntie Al dried BT with her coat :) When we made it to the back of the mine Scott asked for volunteers, and right away Ben raised his hand. So he was picked to be the volunteer. ...
After an early breakfast we hit the road we had a long day ahead of us. We drove to Loveland Pass and the Continental Divide. The Loveland Pass is where the US Highway 6 crosses the Continental Divide between the Loveland Basin and the Arapahoe Basin. It is a long climb to the Pass but the scenery is fantastic with different scenery on both sides of the road. The temperature dropped about 20 degrees Fahrenheit from the time we left home until we got ...