The Crestwood Condominiums
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Wednesday, August 5 We've done some sightseeing this week when we weren't laying around at the campground. We rode to Crested Butte one day and Buena Vista a couple of times--they have a Walmart! Today, our motorcycle ride took us on a 15 mile butt-jarring ride to a small fishing lake higher up the mountains. It was a bumpy ride, but beautiful. We rode beside a rushing stream ...
... put in our tank--no sewer. But we do have satellite. My phone gets zero signal, but Weldon's T-Mobile works fine! (How about that, Bruce!) This is a beautiful campground with mountains all around and a beautiful lake. We've got a great spot with a beautiful view and no neighbors! Tuesday--Our thermometer had a 34° reading this morning when we ...
... house is clean, the laundry done, we are all checked in and ready to go. I should be in bed, settling in with a good book, dreaming of Laduree and Hakata Tonton and the Whitney, but the butterflies in my stomach are relentless. At least this time I KNOW, for sure, my passport hasn't ...
... what an opportunity! I have been interested in photography since sixth grade and thought I knew something about it… until the workshop. As Dafri described it, "It was like drinking from a fire hose"… but more about that in a minute.
The two-day drive down through the middle of Wyoming and then into the Rockies of Colorado was beautiful, but there was no time to stop… not this time. We arrived on ...
... thing that I had ever seen. After snapping some pictures and taking it all in we headed up the trail a little more to the ghost town of Crystal. There is actually one person who lives up there and he runs a small gift shop. While there I ran into one of those professional jeep tours. I decided to jump in front of him on the trail back so that someone would find the bodies if we rolled off a cliff or something. OK ...