Hampton Inn Denver Northwest/Westminster
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today was a day filled with beautiful scenery. First it was the rocks and hills of Utah.The rocks are amazing - both the colors and the formations. And for those of you eyeing our pictures you should know that many of them are taken with my(Ellen) phone from a moving car through the window. They are looking better, aren't they? We have already …
... caught up in the terrible floods. There have also been warnings about the instability of high mountain roads, due to the risk of landslides etc - Aspen has a notoriously tricky access road at the best of times so we decided to abandon our plans and head for Nebraska to spend an extra couple of days with Craig. Every Colorado cloud has a silver lining so its not all bad news! The real bad news has been for the many people affected by this ...
After a good night's rest and a quick breakfast at the hotel, we met up with my sister/family and headed to my other sister's house. As we drove into Westminster we saw mountains in the distance. If we allowed our minds to drift a bit, one could be convinced we were driving back home and seeing the Sandia Mountains. Anyway, we didn't have lots of plans for the day as we just were ready for some family time together.
... stop at the visitor center near the summit (closed as it was after 5pm) and took in the views from there. We saw numerous elk in the far off distance. They always look so peaceful because they have an amazing habitat and where they were, no people were going to be bothering them. This is the same spot where we witnessed an elk being born last year. It's gorgeous and we certainly took our share of pictures at this stop.
... the gateway to Capital Reef Park, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and a whole lot of slot canyons, as I discovered. I ate in the gas station that night and I think I was one of four people in town. Peak season isn't until May. I did some Googling and researched a network of slot canyons within 25 miles of the main road. I turned south onto a dirt road, gave some extra love to the VW, set my odometer to watch for mile marker ...