Snow Queen Lodge
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... and are glad we didn’t), we returned to Independence Pass.
As we ascended the east side of the Rockies, Kathy noticed that the rain drops were getting bigger and seemed to contain ice. Soon we saw it was starting to snow. By the time we reached the summit of the pass the road was covered and everything was turning white. About a hundred yards down the west side we saw a red Toyota that seemed to be stopped in the road. As ...
... Tavern is equipped for this happenstance. Though the ride back is uphill, it is gradual most of the way and not a big problem.
We all soaked in hot water and if felt good. Darlene and I returned to Basalt and Larry and Kathy visited a store for supper supplies. Larry roasted steaks and made rice while Kathy prepared a delicious salad. We reviewed photos from the past couple days then retired to our accommodations for the ...
... Kate's cabin
Went to Gunnison, CO yesterday and saw the most amazing double rainbows
... friends' (Chuck and Rye Katz) daughter. Weddings are fun because they bring back memories of your own wedding day; in our case, memories of 38 years ago this month; and what a great day it was, or I think it was. I'm having problems with long term memory or is it with short term memory -- I can't remember which. Where was I?
Oh yes, on the subject of memories, we returned from Huntington Beach only to fly out the next day for Columbus ...
... couldn't get to the very top so stopped at Summit lake, only at 13,000ft but stunning.
In Georgetown we stopped to see the Rail-loop, made famous because the train does a loop to gain the height required. All a bit of mountain history, tied up with the mines. This small town like so many other are all so pretty, well keep, artistic and seem viable.
Continuing along through ski-land mountains we made our way ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services