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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After our "day off" yesterday we were all up bright and early, and keen to get back on the road. Our stop off at Red Rocks in Morrison was right at the edge of the Rocky Mountains. We now know this to be a literal geographic fact because the multiple red rocky outcrops, of which the aforementioned amphitheatre was merely one example, have been caused by seismic activity pushing plates up against the existing mountains. So, within seconds of setting out we were climbing up ...
... along the rail line. It was extensively reworked to make a more comfortable ride for modern day passengers. The car is equipped with clear drop-down curtains for rain and wind...which was to come in handy later.
According to their brochure, this train depot was built in 1893 and looks today much the way it did then.The building has the usual small waiting room, ticket office, and freight rooms that were part of almost all depots of that period. ...
... Laura and Tom said they had a great time on their ride but would not have wanted it to be a five hour one! I think the river was higher for their ride today than it was for ours a couple of years ago. We spent a good deal of our time bumping our behinds on the river rocks (thus the reason we volunteered to dog and cat sit) but apparently that was not the case today!
The Big Red Truck drove approximately 35 miles ...
... our children have taken over the "wagon master" role, and we are now in the position of letting them take care of us a little bit...and that is OK! They are doing a very good job in their new roles. Maybe the acorn really doesn't fall far that from the tree! All this being said, we had a great and fun trip to Lake City today. The views were every bit as big as we remembered, and we had a fun time traveling with our children and ...
... the Ranger Information Station to get information on the Bachelor Loop Trail. I needed a dollar for the information sheet and told the lady I needed to go outside to my husband to get the dollar and that he was holding our dog. She said "Bring the dog in...dogs are welcome!" (By the way dad, I had 14 cents in my wallet. =) Then we walked the town but didn't go in any shops. We bought brisket sandwiches from ...