Travel Blogs from Glenwood Springs
... we kept going towards our right and got ahead of it. We needed to stop for gas again and it was still looming behind us and seemed to be bigger than before. There were other bikes and they did the same thing. Gas and go to get out of the area. Shane had pulled out his work phone to check messages (sorry Sean...I yelled at him to put his phone away so we could get moving). He told me later he didn't have any messages but I just wanted to get out ...
Whitewater Rafting adventure was great! I must admit that the wet suits, while we looked a little dorky, we were not feeling the cold (45 degree water) as much as the others in our boat and other boats. Good investment!
The guides put the fear of death at the forefront of your brain before setting off on this jaunt. A few scare techniques used by guides:
The likelihood of you falling out of boat ...
We got to the campground (not bad location, less truckstop like...) the plan was decided for tomorrow, whitewater rafting and zip line adventure. A little coaxing was needed for a few of the members, but it would be a go!
Much warmer, needed air-conditioning on. ...
... having dinner with them on our rush home. We spent the day exploring Aspen and finding a few good restaurants to try. We tried to drive out to Marroon Bells but it was buses only and we didn't want to leave Duke for that long a time. We did manage brunch at BB's and dinner at Rustique. And Duke got to run around a park in downtown Aspen with a lot of other pampered ...
We left Price early in the morning for another hot day. We continued down US 6 to Green River and then headed east on I 70 to the Welcome Center at the first exit in Colorado. There was a quite a lot to do in this Grand Mesa area and Grand Junction but most of it involved long side trips and we are a little tired at this point. We continued on to Glenwood Springs which we had not seen ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking