Countrywood Inn & RV Park

1550 N Main St, Longmont, Colorado, 80501, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 1550 N Main St, Longmont, is near Ouzel Falls.
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Travel Blogs from Longmont

Day 20: Denver.. home of SuperBowl Champs!? ;)

A travel blog entry by samber06 on Aug 29, 2013

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... Im back! Fisrt time for Jim in New Mexico, but I spent some time in a little palce called Capitan a few years back. digging in the dirt with the University of Calgary on an Archeological Project.

You sure get the feeling of being in the old west traveling through New Mexico... You can see for miles and there is not a fence in sight. Oh what I would give for a horse and a pack mule! ... and maybe a six shooter. I swear I was ...

08JN13 Saturday. 6:33pm

A travel blog entry by timahawk on Jun 08, 2013

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... He bought a Tesla in March. Had an interesting conversation with him, doing some GM scouting. I'm glad people like him take the leap though. I'm not attaching pics of the cool indian teepee style Denver airport, because, well, i just wanted to get outa there and on my way. First stop was REI in downtown Denver to get supplies, spent way too much and forgot one crucial thing.....bear spray. I'm winging it tonight at this very remote camp, with no one else around, i ...

Last minute running around

A travel blog entry by flyingadventure on Mar 05, 2013

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... of at his mountain resort near Estes Park. He never looked back. The house is empty without him. Suitcases are packed and various cameras are being charged and memory cards are being prepared for the new sights in New Zealand. The Google dictionary suggestion for Zealand is ...

Today had it's Ups and Downs

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on May 18, 2012

3 comments, 1 photo

... not forgotten. The mountains don’t end at Vail Pass, not by a long shot. They continue in a vertically undulating pattern and eventually can go no more. The tunnel lets the road progress. It’s the Eisenhower Tunnel, at about ten-thousand five hundred feet. I don’t know how long it is, but I’d venture a guess of at least half a mile. The speed limit is forty-five, but I kept Shorty at a bit slower. It’s ...

Thoughts on Chinese Food

A travel blog entry by specialk35 on Nov 08, 2011

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Roughly six years ago I began to cook. At first it was just one of my responsibilities for our family and my meals were simple dishes that could feed us for a few days. Overtime my interest has increased and I began buying cookbooks, watching cooking shows, and generally turning this interest into a real passion. Now I find cooking to be a joy as I can exercise my creative needs without the pressure of professional work (like the ...