The Rocky Mountain Chalet
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... gets its bad reputation. Nebraska was where I spotted my first and second "Jesus died for your sins" signs. The first time I gassed up in the state, I had the honor of two hicks puling up to me.
I'd like to take a moment to apologize to anyone who proudly takes on the name "hick", as I have no problem with how you choose to represent yourself. In fact, I enjoy knowing that people can recognize their ...
... Colorado river. The very same river that was so tamed in Yuma, 2000 miles ago. It snaked around the country side and before you know it the mountains start hugging the roadway. Sheer cliffs or towering mountains close in and the road twistered and bent it's way around these obstacles following the river that had found this path many years before the planners designed this road. The drive was wonderful as the Prius took me up into the heights of the ...
... gave my pup a big hug and a few kisses and hopped in the drivers seat-ready to go.
"We're not going without coffee!" I turned on the ignition, pulled up to the front of the driveway, glanced in the rear view mirror and said goodbye to my parent's oasis of a house. Off to Ozo and then on the road.
Seeing all of my previous co-workers and hugging all of them goodbye with well wishes, I downed a demitasse of the 8Th Wonder and I grabbed our tray ...
... was nice enough, down what Stef aways imagined would be a university town.. She said its exactly like her 'nightmare' books that she used to read when she was in primary school. As I never read, I have no idea what she was going on about, but I was glad for her all the same. Dinner was uneventful, and the walk back, whilst a bit ******, was nice enough. Apart from getting a little lost (how we managed that, we have no idea.. It was one straight road...???). Oh well, we ...
My alternative hike was on the other (eastern) side of the Fraser Valley, the hike to The Devil’s Thumb along the Continental Divide in the Indian Peaks Wilderness. The Devil’s Thumb is a tall rock that juts up near the top of the ridge far from any similar formations and can be seen from miles around. I’ve been on hikes in the valleys of the east side of the Divide in the region but had not done one from the west.
The drive to ...