La Quinta Inn & Suites Rifle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... store and managed to resist spending a fortune in there, we talked and decided that since we both had jobs sorted we might as well head west as we can do lots more in Vail when we come back.
Our next stop was just down the road, near the hotel we stayed in and is another yummy place Sarah and Josh introduced me to…North Side Kitchen. They do big delicious breakfasts and are known for their donuts. We got there a little after 4pm and ...
The walk-in camp sites at Gore Creek have an opening so we set up there for a couple days. I am so inspired I make campstove beef stroganoff. The camp host, Cindy, tells us stories of heavy heavy rains here in May - so heavy that smallish Gore Creek flowed over its banks. She was worried children would fall in.
Twice in the past two days I have come across self sufficient vital women in ...
... we laughed & jumped out if our skin at the thunder claps all the way down. We arrived back in Aspen to be told there was a monsoon warning! We changed our clothes in the garage & headed for coffee to warm up. After a short stop we hit the road again in drizzle this time but made in back to a Rifle where we warmed up in the hot tub. We re-joined Frank & Mel for a wet walk to a Rib House & a somber meal. Let's hope moods improve ...
... much from the beauty of this canyon. The drive takes you through tunnels cut in the rock and follows the rushing waters of the river. Every now and then you can see rafters going down the river on a tour. It reminds us of Europe and the mountain passes that we went through there. A beautiful drive if you are out this way.
Well we are back down to 5400 feet. I think it will take a couple of days to get back to normal. That is okay because we are ...
... meat and shoot guns of course! I pulled a brisket from the fridge, seasoned it with a dry rub that I threw together and tossed it on the smoker. We then grabbed Hunter's .22 and headed to a public shooting range a few miles from the campground. This was to be the first time either Colby or Hunter had shot a gun. After the obligatory safety talk, we set up some targets and had at it. Both boys were crack shots from the beginning. Me on the other ...