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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... feet above sea level. Here is the view from our cabin. Although right off the hi-way, the campground was lovely. We even had the hot tub to ourselves under the stars! The campground owner was from Vermont and quickly assessed the type of campground we were looking for – privacy and trees (if possible). He recommended Cotopaxi, west of the Royal Gorge. ...
... your clothes are not already wet. So we didn't get any wetter, but we were a little cold.
The rain kept getting stronger as we headed east, but we could see blue skies in the distance. Then we looked back and saw blue skies behind us also. There was just this one big storm cloud above us! Just then we spotted a McDonald's and ducked in for a cup of coffee. By the time we finished, the storm cloud had moved east and the rain had ...
I plan to start in Pueblo Saturday morning August 22 and go to Cotopaxi.
Thoughts at the beginning of the trip. I have put the towns I hope to reach each day. After I get to Yuba City it will depend on how I feel and what I want to see that day.
I have a ticket to fly back Sept 14 but I may come home before that.
Because I have not rode the bike as many miles as I planned to this summer I will probably stay in Gunnison two nights to recover ...
... in the number of casinos that were there. We chose an Irish Pub/Casino to have lunch at. It took a while to get our food but it was plentiful and good.
From here we headed on to Pike's Peak. Last night Mom bought us tickets for the 5:20pm ascent up to Pike's Peak on the Cog Railway. It was a great ride! The air was definitely thin at the top but we all managed to enjoy it without having to buy an oxygen canister. ...
... thing again, we would go there for sure.
Our first stop on our way home was at Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. Weird name for a town. Turns out it used to be called Hot Springs. In 1950, the host of the radio show Truth or Consequences announced that he would hold the show in the first town that changed their name to the name of the show. And there you have it. Interesting bit of trivia.