Wingate by Wyndham Pueblo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Before long we could see mountains in the distance and were conscious that we were climbing. We went to a State Park first, built around a large dam, but it was very open and windy – would be good for people with RVs and boats! A word about State Parks – the Rangers leave at 4 pm so it is very hard to get information after that. In ...
... the pictures would have been any better from the bridge.
From the top of the gorge, you could see railroad tracks along the river. They do offer a train ride through the bottom of the gorge that looked interesting, but they only offer trains in the morning. We had just finished with our pictures and were heading back down the switchbacks to US-50E when all of a sudden the sky opened up and it began to pour. I don't know if it was ...
... Excuse the inside joke between myself and the other modelers. I am amazed at how dehydrated I became fighting the winds. I drank 72 oz of water riding and nearly that while pecking this. I will close for now. Went to a City Market to get a Vitamin Water for the cramps I am having. This old guy ( probably close to my age ) at the bike rack started talking to me about a half hour later we had determined what is wrong with the world. It was pretty funny both of us were ...
... staff, its own mines, its own school. The song' "I owe my soul to the company store" came to mind as we saw pictures of the "company store" as well as how they even made their own nails and the barrels to put them in. Businesses today rely on multiple suppliers but that is not how it was in the heyday of the mill.
Cathy returned to work and we went on to the river walk. Just so you don't have to run to a map to find out what river-- ...
... nothing like the first 70.
The day started with cool morning air, consistent down-hills, beautiful scenic canyons, and a strong tailwind. The day ended in 100 degree heat with roaring crosswinds or headwinds, and rolling hills. As Scott put it, the last 30 miles of the trip had the three "H"s that are never invited to a cycling party, "Heat, Hills and Headwinds". We had a support stop about 30 miles from Pueblo that offered us food and ...