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Wanted to upload some pics from today! In Pueblo, going to make it to New Mexico for sure tonight. Not fair, he gets to sleep both day and night!
The trip odometer is at exactly 4310 miles
Colorado Springs was 1000 miles when we first got here last week.
Oroville was near the 2000 miles, if I remember right.
We awoke this morning to the sound of rain on the tents (in fact we had rain on the tents when we went to bed last night) and were soon p and trying to get packed I n the wet. Nothing puts a damper (get it?) on packing like having everything you own wet. Luckily we had the RAMS awning to stack stuff under as we moved it out of the tents, so we were OK. The rain did slack up while we loaded ...
"Blue Highways author William Least Heat-Moon writes about US-50, "for the unhurried this little know highway is the best national road across the middle of the United States". The route offers such a compelling cross section of the nation that Time magazine once devoted an entire issue to telling the story of the road it called "the Backbone ...
Today is our second day off. I've finally had time to check out fellow rider John Aylward's blog as well as the official America By Bicycle blog. They are great. John often posts as many as 60 awesome photos with lots of other information. Check them out!! I'm so slow - usually finish dead last or nearly last every day. I often don't have the time ...
... to downtown Pueblo. We were only about 10 miles away. Pueblo is called The Steel City because it is the second largest steel producing city in the US. Who knew! The best part of downtown is HARP, Historic Arkansas River Project. They have build a beautiful River walk section in the Union Avenue Historic Commercial District. We browsed several antique shops and walked along the water. The Union ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility