Wild Horse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... message that they were interesting in insuring the next generation. A National Geographic moment!
Both states of Wyoming and Colorado are beautiful and deserve a "do over" from these travelers. The drive along I70 through Colorado is spectacular! We would definitely return here for longer time, but we’ve got a date with our little granddaughter, so we cannot delay. ...
... severe recently), American politics and gun law. They are here for 6 weeks (she can do her job remotely) and will be able to enjoy snow shoeing by the end of their stay. Great company, again. This is such a friendly country!
We rounded off the evening with a lovely spaghetti bolognese Colorado style, using the last of the smoked bacon we had bought. It certainly packed a punch of flavour.
... as we had the water heated to the right temperature, the sky began to drop its version of a shower on our heads.
Early to bed didn't translate into early to rise the next day! We packed up as a storm approached with the prediction of snow. Before leaving the park, we took a leisurely driving tour along Bear Lake Drive, stopping to walk around Bear Lake and later Sprague Lake, where we stopped for a picnic lunch as the sun ...
... take pictures. Finally, even I, was exhausted, and even skipped snapping a pic at the Continental Divide. We were hungry and tired and ready to rest. I didn't have the heart to tell Rob and the gang that our next stop in Glenwood Springs, Colorado was nearly 200 miles away.... We did see some more incredible mountains and a number of ski resorts along the way that must be a cool destination in the winter. We stopped in a little town along the way and ...
... I couldn't rush them. I decided to make my way back. But a late lunch in the nearby town first.
I explore the Main Street of the town. It's built around the rocky features and had a nice rustic look and feel to it. I saw a steak house and was hankering some meat as I hadn't eaten a big meal for being careful of my food intake. The restaurant was interesting, the type using old photos and props to decorate the establishment. I had a 3 course meal there and it ...