Isle Casino Hotel Black Hawk
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... range. We started passing farmers fields and oil rigs.
We only drove for 2 hours but had to settle with a KOA about 35 miles east of Denver as all other accommodations were booked. This place is the noisiest so far as it has a train roll by about every three hours, is right off the highway and close to the airport so plenty of “white noise” to help us “sleep”. Thus is RV living I suppose.....
Anyway, we journeyed into Denver to see the ...
... the Rocky Mountians which are amazing and beautiful and the elevations are staggering. We stopped in Frisco, Colorado for lunch and the elevation of the tow was noted to be over 12,000 feet. I believe it! You can feel it when you breathe. I am thankful that I have mild symptoms and more so that the girls seem completely unaffected. Tonight we are around 5,400 feet elevation so ...
I had been watching for a clear weather day to take on our crossing of the Rockies. That opportunity came on Saturday the 27th so we reluctantly said good-bye to our hosts and continued our journey ...
... by one of the staff
members. They did this every time we would check-out of a hotel as their policy
of leaving each room not as clean but decent enough just out of curiosity for
the people that have to clean them. Then once that was done after they give you
the a-okay, you could take your luggage and aboard it on the bus. Everyone did
a great job especially being that we stayed there for a day.
Our next destination was South Dakota
and it took us 5 ...
On Friday, June 13th, we drove from Moab, through the Rockies, into Denver. Evan had just gotten back from a camping and climbing trip, and was pretty wiped out, as were we. We did laundry (washed out those pukey clothes and towels!), got groceries, and got Thai take-out. We didn’t set an alarm for Saturday morning. It’s wonderful to rest as much as the body needs. We got up around 9:30, and after a bit, started to make breakfast. I ...