Lion Square Lodge
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... get some nice heavy squats. They have a pretty good range of equipment and a pool we can use too so I'm sure that will be nice in the winter. We were pretty exhausted after and just made a trip to Walmart for a few more things then relaxed.
Overall it's been a pretty quiet week but it's been nice to just take it slow as it's been pretty crazy up to this and we know it's gonna get pretty crazy in a months time!!
... Highway 6 and the back is just by a river, however we couldn't see any easy way to get back there so thought we would investigate. We headed out on Highway 6 as there is a large hard shoulder and walked until we could finally join onto the trail that runs next to the river...such a shame that you have to walk on a highway hard shoulder to get to it. After walking on Eagle River Trail next to the river for a while, we cut up and into the town to check our mail and also to go to the ...
... Once we got home Darren spent a few hours sketching some cool pictures and I cooked dinner with the smallest piece of counter space ever!! It's going to be interesting preparing meals but I'm sure it'll be fun!!
Another evening of Criminal Minds...we think this will be how most of our nights are spent!!
We also found out that they have vacuums that we can borrow so that's another thing we can save money on!! YAY!
Love from the shoebox!!
... runs by his grandson and in a gallery in Aspen. Ansel Adams founded a very famous group f 64 which includes Dorethea Lange who produced some again iconic photographies of the migrants on the US 66 road.
I hope that you will go and discover these amazing pictures and the works of this admirable photographer.
Just go on google and put "photography of Ansel Adams" and enjoy.
Enjoy my humble ones as well.
... and Josh said about Piney Lake so we headed on up (it was down the same road they lived at when I stayed with them)….it
took about 40 minutes of careful driving on bumpy dirt roads with sheer drops, but we
eventually made it! On the way we saw a woodchuck (we think) and some deer. We
had just enough time to see the lake before dark and we are now sat in the
truck in a camp spot ready for bed. The plan is to get up early and go see it
and hike around properly.