Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Denver - Thornton
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... ten foot high sticks every 10-20 meters or so. Hardly comforting knowing the cliff was a foot from the road’s edge and any error in navigating the road would mean certain death (Tim’s words as the driver)!
On the way back to our campsite, we saw more elk and some long horned sheep. The most impressive experience was when we had to stop because a male elk was herding is harlem across the road in the middle of Estes. The elk brushed by our truck as the male ...
... the fire burnt to ashes, and he BBQ'd some pork, beef, corn on the cob and a bulb of garlic.
When it was combined with Jon's home made Kentucky style BBQ sauce it was delicious.
Jon had a gig in Denver, again, too late and too far away in the dark to join him, so we left early.
It was a chance to get to bed (at least lying down as we caught up on blogs, caches and computer games) and have a good night's sleep. It had been a good ...
... the arid desert for the Aravalli Hills which separate the desert from the cultivated lands of Rajasthan. We stop before lunch to visit the 15th Century temple at Ranakpur. Carved from marble, it is dedicated to Adinath. It has 29 halls supported by 1444 pillars each delicately carved with a different design. After 7-8 hours we arrive at the lakeside town of Udaipur.
Feb 20- Known as the Pearl of Rajasthan, the City of Sunrise and the Venice of the ...
... ponder how shipping a car across the Pacific Ocean was the easiest form of travel.
We saw many animals and kept a running list of each creature we saw, but our favorite sightings were easily the five times we saw Grizzly Bears, the numerous Humpback Whales, and the couple of beaches where we sighted Elephant Seals. Stebbs now has a newfound love for birds of prey, and both of us are now amateur geologists (the sort who like to look but can't name a single ...
... without internet! We managed to call a couple hotels and none had vacancy. Since it was a "resorty" area and we really didn't want to spend tons of time finding a place that would be expensive, we decided to abort our plan to visit Rocky Mountain NP. We started driving south, but still needed a place to stay. We're not really sure what's going on in Colorado this weekend, but there seems to be a lot if folks in campgrounds & ...