Lodge at Mountaineer Square
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Drove up to Aspen to see Richard Ford my grandson. Had dinner and walked around Aspen went to bed and drove back to Centenial to stay with her until Tuesday Morning.
Richard showed us around the town. Richard knows at least a dozen beautiful girls who we met around Aspen.
... Jessica... We drove around the city all night when I was dating her. It was our chance to get to know each other and to be alone. Sometimes during the school year we are just going day to day. We see each other at bed and so on. This is good to sit next to my wife for 28, 29 days and to solve these little problems together and to find wonderful things. It's not a luxury for us. I think it's part of our glue as a couple. God has blessed me with this life and this career ...
First day riding with my new cycling buddies. Kirsty is actually a lot faster than she let on. She's been on her trip for about 6 weeks already. Chris carries almost all of her gear and all of her water, so her bike is super light compared to ours. She had never biked before this trip, so she's getting strong as she goes- like me! We had to wait 30 minutes at a road construction stop. They wanted us to ride in front of ...
... covered hilltops of Colorado's Rocky Mountains. Going up was scary but wonderful, going down was even scarier as our horses had to figure out where to place their hooves on the rocky ground. The trail was through beautiful Aspen trees (a type of birch tree) where are gorgeous, and we saw little bits of wildlife (long-tailed chipmunks; funny looking squirrels, other little critters). ...
... is now a Costco and a Walmart and the development on the way to Aspen was solid all the way to Basalt. Golf courses and condominium developments everywhere. We counted more than 50 private jets at the Aspen Air and knew the town would be crowded. All of the two story smaller motels along the highway near Buttermilk no longer existed or were now employee housing. ...