Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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This morning we had planned to skype a few people, however the WIFI had gone down last night and still wasn't working so we had give up on skype for now.
There were a few things going on today in near by towns...first off we stopped in Edwards (10 mins drive west) for a Pumpkin Patch. It said there would be lots of pumpkin displays, however there wasn't as much as they had made out...it was still fun to see so many different shapes, sizes and colours of pumpkins.
After our first night in our new place we were enjoying just having a bed to lay in and not being in a rush to get ready.
We skyped with Darrens Nan and Granddad for a while and showed them the place then got ready to go out. The colours of the leaves are all different autumnal shades of reds, orange and yellows so we wanted to go to Vail to see them...it only took us about 10 minutes to drive there ...
... pool to soak in for hours and nut brown ales to drink in Glenwood's thriving downtown.
The parched drought feeling in my soul goes away for now.
It's very difficult to see our Mother Earth suffer the way she is in the western droughts and fires.
Then there is Vail Pass to ride. We haven't done it in at least ten years. Where does time ...
... The same goes for the giant swing ride that sends you spinning out over the canyon as well. They also had what has to be the best alpine slide in the world. This is not your father's alpine slide. This was a high tech kart that sent you hurling down the mountain at break neck speeds without the chance of flying off like so many other alpine slides. It was so fast and generates such G forces that I could not breathe. Of course there was a break to ...
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 ...