Travelodge La Junta
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When most hotels were charging high prices because the pipe layers were in the area, this hotel charged a reasonable rate and the manager upgraded us to a suite!
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We got up at 3:45 am and got on the road by 4:30. The road was clear and all was going well. The kids napped for a least an hour. I was smart and packed lots of snacks and drinks so everyone was content. The scenery was spectacular. We stopped at a lake. Patrick took the kids and dogs down to the lake for a little exercise while I made breakfast using the outdoor kitchen. Maggie walked down to ...
July 10 - by Madison
Today I woke up with a piece of sand in my eye. My Dad tried to get it out with water, but that didn't work. We decided to drive to the visitor center at Great Sand Dunes and have a Ranger look at it. The Ranger took me into the first aid room and flushed my eye out with water, but that didn’t work either. It ...
... bathroom area, and the one window-unit air conditioner is in the bathroom area, mostly blocked by the wall. Idiotic design. We've got it cranked down to the mid-60s, and it is finally beginning to cool down the bedroom area.
The America's Best/Travelodge does not include breakfast, so I logged on to Yelp for advice. Found a highly recommended restaurant for breakfast (The Copper Kitchen) and an even ...
... make half hearted chatter about heading to Glacier National Park but I guess we have to head home sometimes...besides we are starting to miss everyone! I did tell John that I thought a trip to the Gaspe Peninsula in Quebec next summer (AFTER the 4th of July party!) might be a plan. He blanched and beat his head on the steering wheel. Go figure!
PS—Happy Birthday Cecily! Hope you all are having a good trip up the coast. We send our ...
... to make when we made our trip to Colorado a couple of years ago and just didn't do it. It was most interesting. This was a trading post built by William and Charles Bent along with Ceran St, Verain in 1833. It lies on the North Bank of the Arkansas River (south of the river was Indian territory and Mexican land) where they could take advantage of the business of the trappers, the Indians, and the folks on the Santa Fe Trail. It was close enough to ...