The Pinnacle Lodge
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... amongst the thousands on niches that populate the Earth. I mean no offense when I say hick; I'm simply using the world to give the reader a one-word description of who I am dealing with.
So these hicks pull up next to me in a beat-up silver pickup, both wearing camo baseball hats and smoking what I can only guess are Pyramids or Pall Malls. The driver, who looks like he was repeatedly hit in the ...
... There was snow everywhere, and the ski parks were still open. As I got higher into the Rockies, mountains began to block our path and long tunnels had been drilled into the earth to allow the freeway to continue. The ice was melting leaving the roads very wet in some locations and on the drive back down the mountain this gave me a little scare and some concern when I had a brief wheel lockup applying a small amount of braking before a corner. But really it ...
... treats including an Almond Milk Cacao Bhakti Chai (if you haven't tried it, you must) and hit the road. Here we were, i was, the start of a beautiful relationship with the road and i was completely ready.
Blessed to have a relaxed version of my dad next to me in the passenger seat, I began to ask him a few questions about his childhood hoping to dive into another adventure with getting to my dad on more of a friend level. Apparently, he wanted the same so ...
... kitty to pat along the way - always a good sign!
Not minding much, we took the opportunity to rest and catch up on the ill-fated blog.. yeah, this thing. It's becoming more of a chore, but we are persevering with it as much as possible. Something to look back on in 30 years to remind us that we actually did interesting things once (albeit, not in Boulder... :)
Up the next day and off we went toward Rocky Mountains National Park where some walkies awaited us!
... was quite a few miles and on some fair dirt roads, nothing for which a four wheel drive is needed. The trail started off as a pleasant level walk in the woods but then climbed quite steeply and consistently for about 2,500 feet (that’s about three hours in Warren speed) through thick evergreen forest. The trees shrank to shrub size towards the top and the last half mile or so of zigs and zags to the ridgeline were in the open tundra. That’s what I like ...