Travel Blogs from Alma
... is home to cliff dwellings of the Ancient Pueblo
people who built elaborate homes and communities into the side of cliffs during
the 1200’s but abandoned them for unknown reasons within 100 years. We arrived
at one of the sites at 6:25 only to find that it closed at 630. Rather than try
to come back in the morning (it didn’t open until 830), ...
Going through the arapaho forest yesterday I heard a guy from Virginia say "arapaho" so badly I can't see the word now without cracking up. Anyway the camping spot here is closed so I stopped to ask at the bar/restaurant and the owner said I should just camp in back behind the bar. And some motorcyclist just bought my dinner before I could stop him. Thank. You. ...
... seats left and we are numbers 8 and 9 on the standby list. Obviously, we're praying for at least one no show. Otherwise it's going to be one intense game of "Rock, Paper, Scissors" to see who's going to London! The games begin when we arrive at the airport on Sunday at 6am to check-in and begin researching potential back-up plans. Keep your fingers crossed. Hoping for a little Easter ...
After my very long 12 mile plus hike in the Eagle’s Nest Wilderness,
I decided I needed an easier hike the following day, ideally one not too far
from Breckenridge. I consulted my hiking guide to Summit County and decided on
the hike to Wheeler Lake, technically just on the other side of Hoosier Pass in
Park County. Hoosier Pass is the 11,500 foot paved pass about 15 miles south of
Breckenridge on the route to the ...
Woke up this morning after a decent nights sleep…got to sleep pretty quickly because I was exhaused but I kept dreaming and waking up a lot. Had some breakfast and the necessary coffee and we started our day.
We left her condo and as we were driving out of the complex, I noticed the mountains and said HOLY ****! It was the first time I'd seen them like that! It was so pretty, almost surreal, like a painting. We drove to Columbine High ...