Montana Placer Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... 9.30 am we all gathered at the meeting point waiting for our ranger, we had a few minutes and a few photo ops to take in the surroundings. It was out of this world, they had managed to preserve the little village and houses that were occupied by the pueblo people from 550 ad till 1200 ad. Absolutely incredible to think of the limited resources and tools that they could build houses like that. 9.30 am our ranger/tour guide abbey met us and took ...
... hit Bryce and Zion. I decided to head east and head towards Telluride instead and find a cool place to adventure on the way. Moab and Arches national park ended up being directly on the highway to Telluride. Couldn't have worked out better.
Upon arrival in the Arches national park, I was overcome with amazement at the natural landscape and had to keep reminding myself that no one made these towering sculptures, that they were natural wonders. ...
... lunch I went back up the gondola and got off at the San Sofia midstation to ski down Butterfly. The ski brakes were jammed tightly together and my gloves were slippery and I couldn’t separate them so I took off my right glove to get a better grip. The edges must have been really sharp as I sliced my right index finger open. It was deep-- bleeding a lot and I could see layers of tissue. I skied to the bottom and went to the main office where I asked if there was a ...
... check out this Free Box they have in town. My understanding is that when people want to get rid of clothing or housewares or whatever, they take it to this big wooden box with cubbys that sits up against this building and they just shove it in the corresponding cubby and then whoever wants it can claim it. It's pretty cool.
Once we hit the free box we headed back to the gondola for the return trip to the car and then got back on the road for home. By the time I got out ...
... and valleys.
The train parking was easy to find as it was in the middle of downtown. However, it did feel like a big city as they charged you $7 to park. I should have done some more research on the parking aspect as I could of parked a few blocks away for free. Yeah, $7 is not that much money but if you save a little hear and a little there it does add up. We had to walk a few blocks to the train station and right by a McDonalds – what ...