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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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Crazy adventure! We hiked a mountain!!! It was wild. We hiked up 1,000ft goig up and down..and up and down. We went over creeks and rivers, climbed up steep parts and down steep parts, and walked along steep cliffs. We saw: Mountains, a lot of waterfalls, creeks, rivers, and at the end: a hot spring! Some parts were definitely tough and we worked as a team to get through them. It was an incredible experience! There were awesome views alomg the entire route...simply ...
... the canyon above the river. Sometimes the wind blew them over us and we’d see them drop next to us. Sean later tried to find out what the ants were and discovered that we’d witnessed somewhat of a phenomenon. The "ant fall" happens after heavy rains in the spring. These carpenter ants feed the trout and make the fisherman go bonkers. It was mesmerizing and creepy at the same time.
In the morning, we packed up and headed ...
... It was really more ice pellets than the snow we get occasionally, but it was deep. As we stepped into it, we immediately fell through up to our knees. This was exciting. I tried to see if I could step quickly, or lightly, but usually fell through anyway. We had a snowball fight and then a treat as a group of snowmobile riders came to put their machines back on their trailers. One of the guys have the kids two snowmobile movies when he found out ...
... of loss and light and they move me to tears too. This internal cleansing feels very therapeutic and what I need to experience. There was something about telling the story HERE…these women understand the impact that Tara Mandala can have on one’s life. I even met mom’s “Secret Dakini”. I was overcome with happy tears and she explained that mom had sent her cards and a statue in the past. One lady who is ...
... to leave the valley and continue to Pagosa Springs, with another set of great views, and friendly chipmunks, along the way. When we got to Pagosa Springs we first explored the town but it wasn't long before we made our way to The Springs Hotel to check-in and get into the hot water. The hotel, situated on the San Juan River, is built on an aqueduct of Pagosa Hot Springs, the deepest natural springs in the world (though the depth is unknown). ...