La Quinta Inn & Suites Loveland
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... is a common kind of park out here in the dry west. People pull boats to lakes from God knows where and stay overnight in campers or tents. So wherever is a lake you will find large campgrounds in the West. I don't like the park because Colorado State Parks is stingy. No surprise coming from a state that legalized the recreational use of marijuana for the tax revenue it might generate. They charge $8 just to drive in and then it's $20 to camp. $28 is not too bad for camping but ...
... from the wildlife!) - not like running at home at all but it was fun. There were a couple of bands en route and some cheerleaders and it was for a good cause.
In the afternoon today, the kids showed Olav the Science shop in Fort Collins. Astrid 'got the magnet to float' and Oscar bought a laser game which was a finalist for 'Toy of the Year', based on reflecting light. I had an afternoon off to ...
Thunder and lightning made a little bit of excitement today through Cheyenne,WY. Windy and hot again. We dropped the trailer at Boyd Lake State Park in Loveland, CO then went in search of a grocery store. The million dollar homes on the lake are in stark contrast to the other side of the main drag. The Walmart clerk told us she got held up and robbed on the way to her car last night ...
... father and daughter for an hour. As it turns out, he's a Zen Buddhist priest. I'm not sure what I thought a Zen priest would look like but I was surprised.
I carried my arms full of packages to the car and went home to my little garden. I then walked to the "Good Enough" grocery down the street to buy lunch food for next week then tried to catch the red squirrel in action. Every afternoon around 4PM, he picks an apple or two off ...
... and up into the mountains. Originally used to cart goods up, and ore back down, it is now privately owned & run purely as a very successful tourist operation. Lots of Western Movie train scenes have been filmed on the train, and the line, including Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid. Silverton is an awesome old mining town, and we spent a couple of hours wandering around before returning on the train. Tuesday 22nd. Left Durango on the million dollar highway ...