Lion Square Lodge
Travel Blogs from Vail
... platform. The rain and wind were so biting that Kathy and I decided to return to the car and wait for them. The scenery and rock formations are spectacular and we saw some of the Aspen trees starting to turn golden yellow.
Leadville turned out to be a slight disappointment for us after the build-up from several sources. It’s an old silver mining town with a colorful history but there’s not much there for tourists ...
... RV Resort called Tiger Run that is three miles from "Breck", as the locals call Breakenridge. It’s the most modern and primped RV park we’ve ever seen. They planted a mature evergreen and Aspen tree in the lawn between each fully-paved pull-through.
We visited Larry and Kathy at their hotel downtown. Even though it was dusk on Sunday, Darlene and Kathy trolled the main street while Larry and I watched the Seahawks football game.
We spent the week-end with Tom and Christine. It was great to take a shower in a shower bigger than 30 x 30. We had a wonderful week-end catching up with good conversation, good food, and just relaxing. Thanks, Tom and Christine
... couldn't get to the very top so stopped at Summit lake, only at 13,000ft but stunning.
In Georgetown we stopped to see the Rail-loop, made famous because the train does a loop to gain the height required. All a bit of mountain history, tied up with the mines. This small town like so many other are all so pretty, well keep, artistic and seem viable.
Continuing along through ski-land mountains we made our way ...
... so tomorrow, I'll have to fork out some more money to ship them but fortunately with another box I can fit my old ski jacket and hiking boots which I was plan to giving away to charity.
Lakers retire Shaq's jersey and beat Dallas convincingly. I am very worried they can't win enough games to make the playoffs even though nearly every game is at home.
It was dumping snow today but it only lasted a few hours.