La Veta Inn
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... though that area several times in the last many years and neither of us ever remember seeing it that verdant. John talked to a lady at a store we stopped at and she said that the area has had more water in June and July than they have had over the last four years. The last time we were through here the Arkansas River was dry...it had water in it this time.
FYI: According to John we should get a medal from the great state of Kansas as there are at ...
... road kill, a police captain and city clerk willing to go out of their way to help us find a camping spot, and the continued delight of a cold drink (especially chocolate milk) at the end of the day. Tomorrow it is off on our last long waterless segment (63 miles) but we have done longer and tailwinds are ...
Steve - we decidd to take a day from the TAT and diverted to the "great aand dunes". Hell of a ride across an open planw to find we coild not even get anywhwre near them wiyh the bikes. Took some ohotos and went to the nearest vakp site which to be frank was kot offering a geeat deal. We checked out the pitch site ...
... forward progress you tried to make.
After about one half of an hour’s climb, and reaching the first major ridge, Valerie decided she had enough; but I continued setting my sights on a ridge line that was not the top, but close to it. This part of the climb was grueling as the severity of the grade increased and coupled with the thin air and the loose footing made for slow going. After climbing for just shy of an hour I reached what I thought was ...
Wednesday May 21, 2014
This morning started out bright and sunny, but later it turned
a little cloudy, a perfect day for traveling.
We headed south on I-25 to Walsenburg and then west on US 160. This was a drive through beautiful mountains