Magnuson Grand Hotel Of Fayetteville
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... blaze with yellows and gold. The next town we went through was Pagosa Springs which is famous for hot springs there. We did not stop since we still had a long way to go. So after, we started to ascend the 10857ft Wolf Creek Pass. This pass is a steep 6.8% maximum grade on both sides. Near the top, it started snowing! It is a beautiful pass, but a little scary going down. There was snow at the peak with golden aspens all around. ...
... long on the road, we saw some pronghorn, even some babies. Then I saw a pheasant in a field. Another field was full of cattle... We stopped at Painted desert/petrified forest national park. We saw 2 coyotes and a model A that sat where route 66 used to be. We also saw some pictographs and an village of ancient natives. This was very interesting. We drove on into the petrified forest and saw the trees that had turned unto rocks. We stayed ...
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I know it's not fascinating, but, I thought I'd include a few pictures of our dinner here just so everyone can feel like they're right here with us.
The kale chips, however, may be fascinating to some; we took regular kale leaves, which are one of the healthiest-per-calorie foods there are, and seasoned them with oil and other seasons, baked them, and created "Kale Chips". It's the basic "potato chip" idea, ...
Found ourselves in Fayetteville, Arkansas and decided to travel to Devil's Den State Park for a morning hike with Sam. DDSP is a 2500 acre park built in 1933 as part of the CCC, located in the beautiful Boston Mountains. Butterfield trail is a 15 mile strenuous trail, CCC interpreted trail is 1/4 mile, self guided trail is 1.5 miles, ...
Today was a little tougher that I foresaw. After an excellent night of sleep, I assumed my day on the bike would be a cake-walk. Wrong was I. The 84-miler into Fayetville covered the Ozark mountain range and proved to be a rougher day for the legs than expected. The morning was great- coffee followed by a visit to a local winery for a tour and ...