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Travel Blogs from Silverthorne
... we noticed the snow had been thrown around by the spinning front tires. Larry half skidded to a stop and answered the woman who was flagging us down, to see if she needed help. She said she couldn’t go up or down and asked us to call for help for her when we reached Aspen because there was no service for her cell phone. We quickly drove out of the snow and called 911 when we regained cellular service. I hope she makes it off the ...
It seems our plans change as often as the weather. This morning, while returning a vessel to Larry's WorldMark, we all decided to transit to Breakenridge instead of Leadville today. Darlene and I will backtrack slightly to Kremmling to descend to I-70 on Highway 9. Larry and Kathy will climb to I-70 via Berthoud Pass at 11,315 feet, a climb we will avoid when possible. Showers raked the landscape as we passed through Silverthorn and Frisco along I-70. We ...
We awoke to a lot of fog on the Grand Mesa. Drove out the Lands End Rd but the view was about 10 ft this day. Back to 65, down to 70, and heading East toward Denver. Started hearing a humming sound (not good) so we pulled over ...
We arrived at Idaho Springs after a short stint on the interstate and enjoyed a simple breakfast of easy over (real) eggs. All other eggs dishes are made from a powder egg mixture.
The journey up Mt Evans (14,200 ft) was great, thanks Jon for the info, we left when the hordes were arriving. No guard rails on the roads seemed a bit freaky for Tony, but Colleen preferred it for taking photos. It was very ...
... with the gully being quite steep and FULL of thick powder making it the perfect landing for our ramp, with plenty of cushioning. I eagerly volunteered to go first, and after some coaxing from ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed