Georgetown Mountain Inn
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... the sales area till you show ID, Ann claimed no ID and chickened out at this point.
Inside there are two counters, retail and medicinal, so I was directed to the retail counter. He asked what I was after and I said just a look which disappointed him, so he headed out back to have a smoke and chill out.
On the counter they have three or four sandwich bags with the ...
... friendly chat with the locals and store owners, passing time on the benches along the main business ambrosial street. It was just another relaxing late-summer day in a historic cowboy-mining town. Just outside the town center, abandoned mines and rusted archaic equipments are relics; reminders of the good, the bad, and the ugly of the past...
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... copious amounts of
snow to capitalize on for skiing, so it’s kind of ignored as a destination.
I’ve passed through town a number of times to take the
Guanella Pass road and knew there are some historic buildings in Georgetown, so
I thought I’d stop and spend a few hours checking the town out on my way to
Breckenridge where I’d be ...
... br> Once there, I did a bit of wandering around to orient myself with how things were setup for the finish and then sat down on a rock and had a bunch of the snacks in my pack as lunch. There was a jumbotron in the VIP area, but us non-VIPs were able to stand by the fence and watch; I even moved around to the north side, at the suggestion of someone else, where viewing was easier, crowds were smaller, and shade was easier to find. Here I watched as much of the TV coverage ...
Before I start telling you about the sights and sounds of Golden and Denver Colorado I need to regress to an important event I forgot to mention while in Oklahoma City. TOPS IN BLUE !!!
One night while staying at Tinker AFB in Oklahoma City we were privileged to attend a free concert at the Rose State College. TOPS IN BLUE was created in 1953 by Major Al Reilly to pull together the most talented members of the Air Force and ...