High Country Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Crazy adventure! We hiked a mountain!!! It was wild. We hiked up 1,000ft goig up and down..and up and down. We went over creeks and rivers, climbed up steep parts and down steep parts, and walked along steep cliffs. We saw: Mountains, a lot of waterfalls, creeks, rivers, and at the end: a hot spring! Some parts were definitely tough and we worked as a team to get through them. It was an incredible experience! There were awesome views alomg the entire route...simply ...
... the weather and logistics had thus far prevented it. We drove for just a few miles on a very bumpy, dirt road until we found a spot next to the river. There were a couple of other people, but we found a spot off by ourselves. After being accosted by an overly friendly (and talkative) lady, we had our area to ourselves with no sounds except the birds and the water. That evening, we lay in our camp beds and watched a plague of flying ants ...
I think God loves Colorado more than other states. Today's events were awesome! The drive to the sand dunes gave us views of snow covered mountains, and as we drove the view shifted slightly but was always beautiful. I loved the Sand Dunes! Water running over soft sand, mountains in the background, and the desert in between. Just so much fun. Tate tried stopping the water with his superpowers. We hiked up a dune and watched people sand boarding down ...
... left a small belonging and so I must too. I took off my yellow beaded forever 21 bracelet and placed it on the jar. Yellow has always symbolized sunshine for me and that is exactly what mom was in my life…the brightest light I have ever known! I looked at the picture of mom in the hills and asked Fran where it was most likely taken. She pointed to the mountain behind me. AH-HA!!
We make our way back down the hill ...
... several mountain passes, descending through 2 valleys that seemingly don't belong within the mountains, and following the San Juan and Rio Grande rivers along the way. This provided a number of picture taking opportunities as the foliage is still a nice yellow color, though leaves are falling rapidly. We took some good shots of the Collegiate Peaks, San Juan River, and other mountain rivers and ponds.
On the Eastern side of the San ...