Santa Fe Inn And Suites Pueblo
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In Pueblo we stopped to get some gas but realized the van door had fallen off. Luckily we had the money to go get it repaired at the local body shop in Pueblo. Also to find a change in diet and to have an interesting way to eat, i went fishing in the Pueblo Resevoir. We stayed at Forts RV Park for the night
- Arrived at my Aunt Sally's house at 1:30 pm
- She lives in Fountain CO
- Just drove 207.3 miles and it cost $38.63
- She offered a room for me to stay in for 3 extra days
- I am getting paid $150 for helping out around the house because she is getting to old to do some of ...
... The walls of the eating area were covered with art done by a local artist. I think they feature different local artists so the artwork is changed every so often.
Cathy joined us as we then went to the steel mill museum. It was called CF&I for many years but is now owned and operated by ERVAZ, a Russian company. The mill has been operational since the mid to late 1800's. Back in the day it was totally self-sustaining as it had its ...
... better known for its burgers than chicken. Great little microbrewery! Both Saturday and Sunday were spent having just a long overdue and great visit with family. Not much sight seeing and because we had huge breakfasts on both days, we didn't get to eat any hot dogs at the Coney Island Lunchroom in downtown Grand Island. Sorry about that John and Pat S. However, when we did go for a short drive around town, we HAD to stop at Cold Stone Creamery! On Saturday evening, ...
... outstanding. Since today's ride took us near the Royal Gorge Bridge a few riders (including Scott) and I decided we would split off and take the 10 mile round-trip hilly detour to the bridge. The ride from Salida to the Royal Gorge turnoff was nothing less than stunning. We were bombing downhill through an incredible canyon alongside the raging Arkansas river for forty miles before we took our first stop. We rode with the "A-Team" which was ...