Santa Fe Inn And Suites Pueblo
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... want you to pay the Park entry fee (self-serve) before going to a campground, where I assume you then pay the campground host (as we had in Illinois). We, of course, didn’t want to pay the Park fee unless we knew we really wanted to stay there!!! We ended up staying at a KOA cabin just north of Pueblo as it was still hot and windy. We were at ...
... because we wouldn't pay admission that it rained, or as I prefer to think, it was good karma that the rain waited until we were done taking our pictures. In either case, if we had paid the admission we would have been walking on a bridge in the rain, so we made the right choice.
As we pulled onto US-50E, we didn't have on our rainsuits and we were looking for an overhang somewhere where we could pull over and put them on. We pulled into ...
... plus 10,000 ft of elevation gain in the first two days.
I have been fighting a head wind this morning. It has made me rethink my goals for first couple days. I am going to get a room in Canon City. Then go to Salida tomorrow then Gunnison. Hopefully this will keep the fun in the trip. I hope to have lighter winds tomorrow maybe even a tail wind. All the ups and downs added up to 1703 ft of elevation gain today over about 35 miles. So much for the plains being ...
We got up for an early start today. Breakfast was not what we had hoped. The warming dishes were empty 90 minutes before the end of breakfast. We weren't the only ones waiting for refills on them. When the gentleman in slippers shuffled out 15 minutes later, he only had more eggs. Fifteen minutes after that he brought more sausages. The 8 sausages didn't go very far among the 10 people waiting for breakfast. Oh well.
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