Red Mountain Inn
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... in Gypsum (another 20 mins further west). It would appear that despite being called OCTOBER fest, everywhere locally had already celebrated it in SEPTEMBER....it's not just me that finds this strange, right?!?!
Anyway, Gypsum was the only place that had theirs in October so we went to see what it was all about....again a little quiet compared to what we expected but still a fun few hours. We had Bratwursts, Darren had a special brewed beer from near by 'Bonfire ...
... be our normal drive to work....I'm sure it will take longer in the snow, but still not too bad.
The next few hours we spent walking around everywhere and just enjoying the beautiful colours...we struggled to get good pictures as there were always cables or something man made in the way so we started to drive back up the road towards piney lake (we did this drive last time and camped out). We only ...
The walk-in camp sites at Gore Creek have an opening so we set up there for a couple days. I am so inspired I make campstove beef stroganoff. The camp host, Cindy, tells us stories of heavy heavy rains here in May - so heavy that smallish Gore Creek flowed over its banks. She was worried children would fall in.
Twice in the past two days I have come across self sufficient vital women in ...
... I passed through several ski resort towns enjoying the picturesque landscape of the Rocky Mountains and made my first pit stop in Glenwood Springs to relax in the hot springs. The Glenwood Hot Springs Pool offers two pools for swimming/soaking. The large pool which is over 400 feet long is kept at a temperature of 90 degrees, but the morning was brisk so opted to soak in the smaller pool which is ...
... rush era! (One was called Black Hawk). The scenery slowly began to change from white snow to green to red rock. Just before reaching Glenwood Springs we drove through Glenwood Canyon and experienced more dramatic scenery this time of a different kind. The colorado river has carved a huge scar in the Colorado earth with sheer, rugged, red rock cliffs towering above the road, every bend had us gasping and reaching for the camera. Such a brilliant drive.