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Through the border of Utah into Colorado and we arrived into a riverside town in the mountains called Glennwood Springs. The town had a liberal vibe and we later found out why. Cannabis is legal here and it is strange to see the dispensaries dotted about the village with tens of head shops. We really loved this town with its rolling foothills that sloped down into our campsite (Ami's Campsite) that was owned by a chap with british parents. Very friendly in this town we spent a whole ...
... It was good but big. We made a pact to split lunches in the future. Hillary had a chicken sandwich. All of the food was served quickly, hot, and it was very tasty.
While we were sitting there we periodically heard thunder. Just as we were walking out to the truck it began to sprinkle.
Before we went to the truck we stopped in the shop. Kelly told us they were the largest distributor of Colorado wines in the ...
... thing we did was walk around looking at all of the petrified wood. This petrified wood was formed differently than in Theodore Roosevelt NPS. This is how the petrified wood was formed here:
- - About 35 million years ago there was a forest of redwood trees, and a river that went through it.
· - One day there was a volcano erupted causing ...
... primal feeling about drumming that I really need to investigate further with both Spike and Drummer D. Everyone was in a special place and the energy and love that was present was tangible.
My evening ended with a lovely if not odd conversation around the fire with Misstress of Pain, J and Liaison Officer before heading to an inflatable bed chez Liaison (thanks once again a good nights sleep it was very much appreciated and my back says a huge thanks too!!)
You see, I've had this obsession for a while now.
My cousin, Taber exposed me to it when she did it ten years ago.
Ever since then, it has been a dream of mine to do it one day.
Then, five years ago, my sister, Kristin did it as well.
Ever since, I KNEW that I was going to do it one day.
Nine months ago, I started preparations for it.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast