The Inn at Arrowhead
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... parts of the water management system--the three dams and the tunnel..
There is another drive along the north rim, but to get to it, we would have to drive about 40 miles, and the rim drive itself is not paved. We are not likely to give that a go on the way out tomorrow morning.
The end of the day featured our visit to the Star Drive-In in Montrose (actually only about 5 minutes from our hotel). ...
... was very good. I had a Tilapia on a bun with fries and Guenther had a burger. The price was right, but I wouldn’t go back.
We head back to the park and relax.
Today is a relax day. I get some laundry done in the morning and some quilting in the afternoon. Guenther does some reading and plays with the chipmunks. Tomorrow we are off to Crawford State Park, just a little ways up. Hopefully, it will be as pleasant as this ...
Today, we explored the old west town of Lake City, CO. It was a beautiful drive to Lake City - huge meadows (didn't see any wildlife) and mountain bluffs (still didn't see any wildlife). We explored the town of Lake City - in its hey day, it was a big silver mining town. Lake City is also the beginning of the Alpine loop. Since I was in the Engineering profession, it was only right that we decided to take the Engineer's Pass. This is a dirt road ...
... and enthralled the co-pilot. The only response to my complaints I heard was, "You said you wanted to avoid the Interstate." That's the truth...
The area was what I would call the Colorado Badlands and is a not-to-be missed spot on your Eastern Colorado journey. It's the only North/South route in the area. We saw everything on it, including 18 wheelers and ...
We took Owen and Elise to the lake this morning to wear them out before their parents drove them home. I must have saved this stick from a watery grave at least 100 times. Every time I brought it back to shore one or the other of the little people threw it back in. Whew I'm ...