The Pinnacle Lodge
Travel Blogs from Fraser
... his next big exploits.
The Kunz family posing with Alex Honnald at the Reel Rock 7 Tour. Lindsey may have weirded Alex out by making him sign her Italian leather boot, but he probably recovered from that trauma already.
The following day, we decided to donate our time with the Access Fund's Conservation Team ...
... an Oz keyring that he loved.
I was also trusted with the Gopro camera today and after a couple of mishaps with the on/off button got some good footage.
Got to our hotel in Gunnison and checked in just prior to a massive senior tour group, anybody who used to work at the Mirage in my day would compare them to Tauck Tours.
Had a good swim in the pool and a long bathe in the hot tub, bliss after riding all day.
... vaccinations for polio and typhoid? TYPHOID! It made me sick, but I guess the upset stomach is way better than actually getting typhoid. And we have anti-malarial medication to take every day. But be careful of rabies. The travel clinic doctor was very helpful on this point. Her quote: If you get rabies you will have to get airlifted out. What?! Ya, let's buy those tickets.
All the joking ...
... br> Barb told me that she had taken 2 Xanax (anti-anxiety medication), 2 pain pills, and 2 sleeping pills while in Chicago. From what I could gather, she had done this so she didn't have to listen to Vicki and her constant nagging. This along with not taking her insulin caused a few complications as you can imagine. She said the people at the hospital were so nice and they even paid for a room at a hotel for Vicki. I ...
... a guide that I could bring with me
on my trip; that would provide all the relevant details and interesting history,
tidbits, and lesser known information. This book drastically fell short of my
expectations. I hope a future edition of this book will be updated to be well
rounded, but I am sad it will not be out in time for my upcoming trip to
Germany. I will continue to read Joy’s Blog, though as I find it a valuable
source of ...