Iron Horse Inn
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... cannot fully describe the sight seen through the eyes. We followed the aspens down a dirt road to the river. The Colorado River is narrow at this point, and flowing nicely. There are a number of cars parked at the bottom, near the river bank, and a BBQ is alight. In the water stand a number of fly fishermen, all going about the business of catching fish for lunch. After a brief chat with one of them and taking a few photos, we caught sight of an old mine entrance. We drove up to ...
... after being at a strip club. Money can make you less hungry, and make you train less. When you are going for a goal, something just needs to click. Then you just say **** it, and do whatever it takes to get to that goal. You need to train hard as ****. Like money isn't the only thing on the line. It's winning and being the best that gets you motivated.
... boots to Christy Sports. There is a saga to this story--last year I got new boots there and no matter how much I tightened the power strap, tightened or loosened the boots or added tongue padding, the tongue would shift to the outside and I would get horrible shin bang. Nobody seemed to be able to fix the problem. So long story short I had to buy new boots here at home as the ones from Christy were un-skiable for me. They offer a fit guarantee and at the urging of my instructor, ...
... When I stole a quick glanc periodically, the views were unbelievable. I took some pictures at the rest stop after prying my fingers from the grips. But again, pictures don't do justice to the magnitude of the beauty in the RMNP.
We grabed a in Estes and decided to loop clock wise around the park. So we contained to roll through ...
... got off of the freeway and back on to the 2 lane highway. I was wishing that I had brought the Porsche because the road had tons of sweeping turns almost all of the way to Steamboat Springs and no traffic!
Tomorrow we take US40 across the rest of Colorado and most of Utah. I will probably do one more blog after we get home with the total mileage any other ...