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... Highway 6 and the back is just by a river, however we couldn't see any easy way to get back there so thought we would investigate. We headed out on Highway 6 as there is a large hard shoulder and walked until we could finally join onto the trail that runs next to the river...such a shame that you have to walk on a highway hard shoulder to get to it. After walking on Eagle River Trail next to the river for a while, we cut up and into the town to check our mail and also to go to the ...
... seeing the local liquor store called 'Beaver Liquors' and also finding a really nice lake and park called Nottingham Park. There was a bench swing by the lake so we sat and admired the mountains whilst swinging and just taking in all the natural beauty around us.
Avon is such a cute town and pretty modern too with lots of roundabouts (or rotaries as the tomtom keeps telling us!!) and sculptures and ...
Bats out of hell. That's what you call people who drive like we do----heading east through the damn Nevada deserts as fast as our little Prius can go.
By 11 pm we arrive at a campground in Green River Utah. The tent is up in five minutes and we are in it asleep two minutes later. At 6 am the ...
... When the rain finally got to be too much we headed into one of the caves for a tour. Here we met Kenny. He was one of those guys that should never grow a beard due to the huge spacing between hair follicles on his face. This however did not deter him. He went on the grow a long thin beard that kind of looked like random strands of black thread were falling out of his lip and chin. It was not a good look but I digress. Kenny was a caver and so was his ...
I started out on my journey from my home in Cheyenne, WY at 4:30AM to jump ahead of the relentless Denver commuter traffic. As I neared Denver, I merged onto I-70 and started my way through the Rocky Mountains. Shortly into my climb on I-70 I passed through the Eisenhower Tunnel, which at 11,158 feet is the highest point and longest tunnel on the U.S. Interstate Highway system. Upon descending from ...