The Inn at Arrowhead
Travel Blogs from Cimarron
The events of today in no particular order: -5 am wake up -freezing weather (not really, I'm just being dramatic ; it was really cold though) -me and Kim are two of the founding members of casual crew -We got cheered in at the top of the mountain- Monarch's Pass (a perk of being pokey) -Kim and I got to ride with Carlee -We initiated Carlee into Casual Crew with snowballs -Speaking ...
Beautiful canyon, very different from the canyons we've been seeing in Arizona and Utah. Awesome place for our first night in Colorado, the spring snow melt was in full swing so the river was raging. From high above at the lookouts you could here the river below, it sounded like a constant roar of thunder. Watched a beautiful sunset and Laurie got some fantastic ...
30. River junk
31. Chivas bus
32. Cruise boat
34. Snorkel, mask and flippers
35. Climbing rope
37. Military transport airplane
40. Light Rail
... a little wary of our presence. After fjording the creek, the three sheep-guarding polar bears began to roar and run straight at us.
In my mind: "So....this is how it's going to be. I'm going to get mauled by a sheep dog first thing in the morning..."
At 20 yards, their barks turned to smiles and it became obvious that I was about to get a polar bear hug. A giant tongue slap to the face. The leader and largest of the three was "Hamilton" and decided to ...
... just as beautiful. We had taken this road once before several years ago, traveling the opposite direction, and we were definitely glad we had chosen to drive it again today - it was all so pretty! While we drove across on top of the pass, a storm started to move in. Soon, we saw a bright flash of lightning, and a second or less later, loud thunder that echoed across the valleys. We didn't see such close lightning anymore, but we ...