The Victor Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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Although the Redwood 5th wheel is much warmer than the Montana we had previously, it is still freezing. We really need to get propane; but Colorado Heights Resort will not fill propane tanks if it is below 20 degrees. George took the propane tank to Big R store to get propane; however, their valve is frozen because of the temperature. After calling around, there is no place ...
Although it has been three weeks since we left Scotland, it seems like it was just yesterday that we were walking through the quiet peaceful thick green forest of the Highlands. The cool fresh clean air was so invigorating that I felt like hiking all the way to the sea. One of the many highlights of the vacation was the trip to the Orkney Islands. The day started out cool and rainy as we left the lodge early in the morning while it ...
... set up in their backyard so we were screaming around on that racing each other and then Roy had a go with the jeeps which are 4wd and climb over rocks and they had an obstacle course all set up with bricks, logs etc. Finally after a bit of nattering again we headed back over the fence to our place to pack ready to head to Denver tomorrow for the next leg of our ...
... at the top this time of year is around 41 degrees F but it didn't feel that cold today. Apparently, this mountain only ranks 31 in the list of highest peaks in Colorado but it's more accessible. We barely had enough time to eat lunch in the snack bar when it was time for our group to head back down in the train. Good thing we looked around yesterday when we were up there. Taking a sandwich with you on this excursion might not be a bad ...
... Jamie go ahead -We bike 7 miles and look at the map -We somehow still have 16 miles to go -More tired and more cranky, hop on and pedal through -Stop 10 miles out for a snack -Sweep catches up to us -Get picked up (This was a struggle for me. I was with a group of four and sweep caught up with us. The road was getting busier, my phone died, and I was out of water. My group wanted to stop and get picked up because they were feeling unsafe on the road. I wanted to ...