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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.
To avoid going back up through the mountains at Flagstaff, Roger decided he wanted to go southeast to Tucson before pointing the rig north. Although it made for a longer trip, we're glad we did as we loved the area around Catalina, in the Oro Mountains, about 10 miles outside Tucson. The area is more treed, including palm trees, and in a beautiful valley. The Catalina State Park is located there. If we do ...
... and Chuck Wagons for the trip home. By about 0900 we were on the road and cautiously riding some beautiful roads in rain varying from light to heavy and mixed winds off the mountains as the front came through. By noon the weather was improving somewhat and we stopped for lunch in Gunnison, CO. Spencer happened to be leading so he got to pick the restaurant and somehow wound up at ...
... for hotel swimming pools, rum and cokes, And a good dinner at Ted Nelson's Steakhouse.
Today we did Montrose to Pueblo, CO, in much cooler temperatures. It felt good to be back in CO, climbing Monarch Pass, and riding through the twisties.
Tomorrow we get to see Jim and Cindy Britton, old friends in Garden City, KS.
... to blog. I don't plan to try to blog any more. I'm just going to try to enjoy the ride as much as possible. Please go to John's or ABB's blog. They are both good but I like John's because of so many great photos.
go to Ride Journals (bottom left), Cross Country Challenge 2013
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility