The Inn at Palmer Divide
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... here that a freak storm uncovered ancient dwellings dating back 5,500 years which makes it older than Stone-hedge and the Egyptian pyramids. Archeologist have since uncovered more of these sophisticated dwellings with tunnels and tools used by the inhabitants. There are many other places to see such as Loch Ness and the standing stone circle to mention a few. So, if you want to experience the trip of a life time, then Scotland is a must ...
... to the house since we had visited last. Gary and I went on the Coors brewery tour in Golden CO. They give full glass samples of anything they brew thats on tap that day. I have to admit, I only drank one glass, but Gary enjoyed two different beers. The tour is self led audio and pretty interesting. I will attach some pictures we took there. After the tour we drove up Lookout Mountian. Lots of switch backs and when we got to the top the whole ...
About 60 miles out we saw the first of the mountains. After a quick resupply we shot straight up the Estes pass toward the rocky mountain national park. It was great to be in Colorado, it felt like home for reasons I'm not quite sure of yet? We spent the afternoon and night just out of the national park at a local crag and the kids had lots of fun on their first outdoor climb. We parked the camper right there beside the rock and a little lake with mountains ...
... the land flattened out again like Arizona only slightly greener. We stopped in Monte Vista for lunch which appeared to have been a very prosperous town at some stage but now had many empty shops. Lunch was Mexican huge burritos covered in green chilli sauce, delicious but way too much. Visited the local thrift shop to get a new novel to read. The workers there were very excited to have kiwi tourists popping ...
... Even though it is a 5 star hotel it allows "commoners" to walk the grounds, which are beautiful. It seemed from here that the fire had picked up quite a bit.
We went back to their home and watched the fire updates. It wasn't looking good for their neighborhood. Even without a pre-evac order, they had packed up legal documents and clothing.
As we were getting dinner ready, the sky turned a greenish yellow and then kind of orange. ...