Hotel San Ayre
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... out significant natural features of the mountain.
The cog railroad climbs at an amazingly steep 25% grade, which is six times greater than the steepest grade found on typical railroads. This is possible because the cog train uses a cog or gear engaged to a continuously toothed third rail to literally pull itself forward. It was a smooth journey – slow and steady – that allowed us to oohh and aahh along the way.
As we gained elevation, the low cloud ...
... anyway. It was a
large park surrounded by residential communities that consisted of winding roads over mountainous terrain with many parking areas allowing hikers and bicyclists to enjoy the many trails in the park. We parked in one of the higher parking lots and took a short walk around the area, until the rain chased us back to the truck. At this time we decided to call it a day and head back to the camper.
... fries are super skinny little fries liberally doused in salt and pepper and are also tasty. We choose two sundaes -- one peanut butter cup with half vanilla custard and half chocolate ccustad and another sundae with a brownie on the bottom and covered in chocolate ...
... some wooziness, but was happy to find I could still inhale easily. Phyl purchased some just-out-of-the-pan cake doughnuts for us. We each munched on just 1/2 of one...but the yummy treat was gooey and delectable with nutmeg and cinammon.
In reverse sitting positions on the way down the mountain, we could see things we might have missed on the climb. We ...
11 Sept It was beginning to rain so I thought I would leave Flaming Gorge for in the morning. So I stayed in Green River, Wyoming.
12 Sept Flaming George is a must see. It was a pretty day. Spectacular views, good thing I was alone on the rode because along with those views came 15 mph hair pin turns. Lots of ...