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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... next door to pick up the bikes. We set out at about 13:30 from the bike shop in full waterproofs from head to foot into the torrential rain. The climb initially took us along a busy highway which was less than beautiful, but given you couldn't see anything anyway we were quite happy to make quick miles. After about 15 miles, the storm amped up a few notches and we decided to stop for a romantic lunch inside a pit toilet hut (with a slight sense of déjà vu ...
... in one of the barns for $25 with use of the ranch kitchen and one of the bedroom showers. Matt was a little annoyed by the price until we opened the door to the ranch. It's a $4.5 million dollar property and we were the only two people rattling around inside! We're currently in the lounge area, just preparing ourselves for the move from mahogany table to barn floor. We walked over to the barn expecting horse manure, straw and animals. Instead it had been converted for use as ...
... size and height of the mountains, the remoteness, the lack of trees and plants, there is so much to take in. It never did warm up much that first day on the trail. I had an appointment later in the afternoon to get some new tires installed, so we had to try to make good time. We got off the trail in Salida and headed N to Buena Vista. Traveling in places you've never been especially out west, it's difficult ...
... for ramen and wanted to ask a billion questions for advice on biking across the country. I was shaky, tired, and just wanted to eat lunch. Luckily, Kirsty sort of took over the Q&A. This is one of the advantages of traveling with other people. It took 4 hours to get to the top and 15 minutes to get down. Chris clocked me at 45mph and pulling away. The road was so smooth with no traffic so I could take the lane. This was so much fun! ...
... and started hiking up the mountain. The ground was fairly rocky with branches stuck into the ground horizontally which helped with foot placing. The scenery was constantly breathtaking; we were either surrounded by trees, wildlife and rock faces or, after quite a steep incline, an opening in the trees appeared to the left side. This was one of the most awesome views I have ever seen. Everything I said about Carlsbad caverns, I take back and replace with every single ...