Historic River Forks Inn

Address: 1597 W Highway 34, Drake, Colorado, 80515, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 1597 W Highway 34, Drake, is near Leah's.
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Travel Blogs from Drake

Colorado

A travel blog entry by evotech on Jul 29, 2014

2 comments, 27 photos

... Indian Buddha. Siddhartha was sitting crossed legged with his hands eschew in a pose of peace and tranquility. Without meaning to, I fell into my own little meditation. I look forward to having the time to return to a place like this for more than a quick visit.

After leaving the Cache la Poudre river canyon, we headed south to Erie, Colorado to see my Cousin Sasha. It has been too many years and it was great to catch up with her and see her beautiful ...

The Journey...not the Destination..

A travel blog entry by lounik on May 22, 2014

10 comments, 22 photos

... br> we enjoyed lunching & reminiscing..
however time came for us to continue along...













once again we wally-ed it last night in Goodland, Ks
but not before spying an 86 foot rendition of Van ...

Brown bear 101

A travel blog entry by lucy3119 on Aug 09, 2013

5 photos

... we did a barn dance, the Macarena and a Mexican wave for the guys as they pulled up, and they greeted us with a cheeseboard and bread. We were obviously very pleased to see them...until Graeme admitted that they’d left the trailer open after preparing the cheese, and that someone had reported seeing a blue bag falling from it on the way to pick us up. Everyone with a blue bag – myself included – feared the worst, and ...

Rocky Mountains High

A travel blog entry by thefelderfamily on Jul 17, 2012

2 comments, 2 photos

... Spiderman. (It was fun, although for my taste too much of a rehash of the Toby Maguire. Note to Hollywood: not every superhero reboot has to start with an origin story!)

We capped it off by heading to Denver, seeing our one-time Redmond neighbor Carol Morris, and meeting her beau. Neither Mariposa nor Carol has changed at all since we knew them, and it was wonderful to get to talk to ...

Thoughts on Chinese Food

A travel blog entry by specialk35 on Nov 08, 2011

56 photos

... of hand pulled noodles in beef soup cost $3. When just the three of us ate, our entire meals ranged from $4 to $40. They only occasionally approached $40 if we got fancy drinks and dessert. A hotpot feast for five with beer cost $40. Taxis and food are among the cheapest parts of visiting Beijing.

Food was a pretty important part of our month-long trip, yet I know I have barely scratched the surface and will face lots of ...