The Enclave at Beaver Creek
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... sugar of any kind in the flat.
Tuesday - We skyped Darrens family then met up with the couple we were going to move in with. They are living further west about 24 miles in Eagle...we met them at loaded joe's then went for a walk with their dog to the park. The weather turned and we were in pretty hard rain so headed back...this place is even beautiful in the rain.
Wednesday - We skyped Darrens Nan ...
... then continued to walk around and find where lots of paths lead to. Eventually we had to walk on the highway hard shoulder again until we got to our place....at least now we know for sure that both directions have no footpath for us to access the town...we really wanted to avoid having to drive but not sure walking on the hard shoulder when its snowy and dark is going to be the best idea either!
The trail we walked on can get you all the way from Vail to Gypsum so it goes a ...
... the coffee shop being pretty unique too. We had lunch at the coffee shop called 'Sticky Fingers Cafe' and it was so tasty!!
Darren had a coffee with a BBQ pulled pork sandwich on a pretzel bun.
I had a warm apple cider (cider isn't always alcoholic over here...it's just more of a spiced warm apple drink) and a salad with spinach, mandarin orange, cranberries, chicken, almonds, feta and a raspberry dressing. We resisted all of the yummy ...
... easy reach.
But let's get back to the Aspen trees, I adore them for the colour of their barks blue silvery and their amazing golden leaves which generally abandoned the branches at the gentle swirl of the colorado wind.
A man is responsible for my addiction for the rockies and the Aspen trees, his name is Ansel Adams and you all know some of his iconic pictures of the American national parks. He was born at the start ...
... a 20km four lane elevated freeway with a network of viaducts, bridges and tunnels constructed through an extraordinarily narrow, environmentally sensitive gorge. The cost was $1billion per mile when it was constructed 20 years ago. It was another beautiful sunny day so was perfect for this drive and the scenery certainly did not disappoint. Sheer vertical cliffs on both sides with some amazing geological features. All this whilst the Colorado ...