Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Silt - Rifle
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... store and managed to resist spending a fortune in there, we talked and decided that since we both had jobs sorted we might as well head west as we can do lots more in Vail when we come back.
Our next stop was just down the road, near the hotel we stayed in and is another yummy place Sarah and Josh introduced me to…North Side Kitchen. They do big delicious breakfasts and are known for their donuts. We got there a little after 4pm and ...
Bats out of hell. That's what you call people who drive like we do----heading east through the damn Nevada deserts as fast as our little Prius can go.
By 11 pm we arrive at a campground in Green River Utah. The tent is up in five minutes and we are in it asleep two minutes later. At 6 am the ...
... at times, with views everywhere we arrived at the summit to find snow!!! We took pictures, wished our new friends a safe journey & headed downhill. Oh my that was when the storm hit!!! Thunder, lightening, rain, hail, everything the mountain could throw at us. We sheltered for 3 mins under the edge of a notice board but realised we needed to get off the mountain. So Chris worked his way down with no glasses, avoiding rocks & ...
... down, but I did not really consider that an option. A small rainstorm blew in at one point and we decided to ride the slide one more time before heading home. Guess what folks…The already stupid fast alpine slide was now even faster due to the lubrication and the option to use breaks seemed to have been removed. My God! This ride now took a turn into the absurd. I am petty sure that I broke several ribs and ruptured my spleen strictly from the G ...
I started out on my journey from my home in Cheyenne, WY at 4:30AM to jump ahead of the relentless Denver commuter traffic. As I neared Denver, I merged onto I-70 and started my way through the Rocky Mountains. Shortly into my climb on I-70 I passed through the Eisenhower Tunnel, which at 11,158 feet is the highest point and longest tunnel on the U.S. Interstate Highway system. Upon descending from ...