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... full but looked like such fun and had such good reviews on Trip Advisor that we decided to stay. It was totally worth it! It was family run and the people running it were great fun.
On our way back to the Inn we stopped at the grocery store to get supplies for breakfast. When we came out, there was an amazing double rainbow that we could see from one end to the other. What a nice way to end the day!
This one is short and sweet. Today we crossed the continental divide again, this time setting a new height record of 9,680 ft.
I had been a bit worried about this one, but in the end was really pleased!
We've one more big crossing left to go, just West of Denver. This follows a rest day in Breckenridge.
This afternoon left bill's and headed to Rudy and Susan house in Momument, we left Granby sunshine and in the 50's , the weather look a little ruff, we got to Winter Park and wow rain and snow on the pass, slow going, the front was all with snow, then on Interstate 70 rainy rainy, made it to Rudy by 1900 that night, Rudy of course had dinner ready we parked the RV on lot near his house, very nice ...
... the time. After a picnic lunch in the park we took a short hike through “Coyote Valley” along a stream that was actually the head waters of the Colorado River. We learned that this valley was shaped by the river and a glacier that was over 1,500 feet thick at that point and extended from the mountain tops down into the valley many miles. When the glacier receded 14,000 years ago it left the topography that we have today. ...
... going between 40 & 45 for most of the way, but we did make it. There was a brief period where we drove through rolling hills before we started back down; the descent however was not bad as it was only 3 miles at a 6% grade but with sharp curves, a short time later we had another descent for 2 miles and after that we stayed at the higher elevation. Our stop for ...