Lost Valley Ranch

Address: 29555 Goose Creek Road, Sedalia, Colorado, 80135, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 29555 Goose Creek Road, Sedalia.
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      Travel Blogs from Sedalia

      Thanksgiving 2014 Road Trip

      A travel blog entry by redrox on Nov 24, 2014

      ... should have too. In the 8th frame of game 2 I felt a big pain in my back. After all, it had been 20 years since I last did this. But we all had fun. Kim rolled the high game at 167. In the first game I struggled to beat my age. The second was more respectable but the injury had me stiff and aching for the next few days. After bowling we all went to Mellow Mushroom for pizza. Excellent! And that night we all slept well. I learned that the Thanksgiving tradition in ...

      Police Partner Reunion

      A travel blog entry by tlvice on Jul 05, 2014

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      I really enjoyed our trip to Castle Rock today. We actually had lunch with my ex-Greeley Police Department partner and his wife. I had not seen nor heard from him for about 25 years. While I was still in Guyana, I had received a tip from a friend regarding the police department where he thought my ex-partner worked. When I called, I found out he had actually recently retired. I gave the ...

      Yesterday was the best day so far

      A travel blog entry by the_heasley on Jun 21, 2014

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      We all loaded up in the Jeep even my cousin Bliss was in the back and we drove up the Pikes Peak Hwy. First we hiked at the Lake and met people with fish, but no one let me roll on the fish? They smelled so good. Ok there is a picture of the lake with Bliss and Jeff. They we drove up really high and Pam and I hiked down the Barr trail a little ...

      Pike's Peak - Purple Mountain Majesty

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 27, 2013

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      ... any other peaks of similar height. From the summit you can see directly out to the plains to the east, a broad valley to the west with a significant distance to the next very high range (the Sangre de Christos), and lower peaks to the north and south. You don’t find yourself at the summit in a sea of jagged peaks to the horizon in most directions as you do on the top of some other fourteeners around Colorado such as in the San Juan ...

      Florissant Fossil Beds & Manitou Springs, CO

      A travel blog entry by mcgovern on Jul 07, 2012

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      ... the redwood trees to die

      - After that there were a few more volcanos that erupted so the redwood trees were covered with ash. Also, there was so much volcanic ash the river got dammed up, and replaced with a lake.

      - Millions of years later most of the ash was eroded away so you can see the petrified wood.

      After we were ...