Denver Marriott West
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... our brakes. Larry learned to appreciate the noisy exhaust brake you hear truckers use. Sometimes he never touched the foot brake at all, letting the exhaust brake slow down the rig by itself. We were glad to see flatter land ahead.
Our next park was Dakota Ridge RV Park in Golden, Colorado. We had to change sites to get one that was level enough for us to use. It had been a stressful day, and we were eager to ...
... factory floor; it was a wonderful tour. On the way back to the camper we took a detour west on CO Rt. 119 through the mountains, this was billed as a scenic road, and it was a fantastic drive over the mountains and along canyon walls. Unfortunately we ran into some
rain in the mountains which limited the scenic beauty, but we still enjoyed the drive.
... and Denver.
It was another gorgeous sun shiny day. As we drove north we relished the beauty of UT 12 one last time. I drove the Hogback comfortably for the 5th time in 3 days. A new record for me. As we climbed higher above Boulder the autumn colors became even more vivid. There were many cattle grazing right on the roadside so we had to be careful on the curvy mountain road. As we descended into Torrey the familiar red rock cliffs in the ...
... map we had showed a Buffalo Lookout. However, we couldn't seen any Buffalo. When we looked on the other side of the freeway, way, way in the distance, we saw Buffalo. We decided to try to get close to them to see them (they are fenced in). As we were driving a road that we thought would lead us to the Buffalo, we saw a deer sitting by the road. We all took pictures. As we continued on, ...
The ride to Denver was short so we added in a side trip to Breckenridge for lunch. The ride to Breckenridge required that we traverse another sweet pass. As we approached Denver we started to quickly drop in elevation and the price s picked up to the upper 90's. So we found the Gate to hell in British Columbia ...