Resort Quest Corral
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... It is 9,603 feet above sea level. It was founded by white settlers in 1859 in search of gold. It is now a all season recreation and holiday destination. It has world class ski-ing and in summer offers hiking, bike riding, rock climbing, fishing and kayaking.
It still has a lot of timber historic buildings that now house boutiques, restaurants, cafés and bars. We were surprised to come across a Bubba Gump Shrimp Restaurant.
... each of the lakes. And we took in the vistas and enjoyed the quiet and the softness of the early morning sun. We drove through Gunnison, an old small town with it’s own brand of charm and the home of Western State Colorado University, a private college located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.
The next part of the drive took us up to 11,300 ft., to the Monarch Crest, one of several points on the Continental Divide which we ...
... home. The trip has been a great adventure with lots of family memories. One special memory for me will be our singing together this morning as we drove through the mountains. Although we haven’t made it to church except for once in Eugene, Izze has a book of devotions called “Jesus Calling”. They are short essays with a theme and then a few Bible verses from the Old or New Testament to illustrate the subject. Izze reads and then ...
Lake Side Terrace turned out to be a pleasant surprise :-) It was a times share kind of a place and we had a condo for our selves. It was totally furnished and beautiful with two bed and two bath. Also associated was a water park.
We had a good nights sleep and the kids and srikanta went to the water park in the morning, they had tons of fun there and in ...
... br> We made a few stops on the way - the first being not too far from Pat's house, where there is a paddock full of prairie dogs. When I got up close to take photos, they disappeared down their burrows. I did manage to get a couple of photos, though.
Our next stop was in Silverthorne, whiere Pat showed me an osprey nest, which apparently had been used this year by a bald eagle. There was ...