Capitol Peak Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Drove up to Aspen to see Richard Ford my grandson. Had dinner and walked around Aspen went to bed and drove back to Centenial to stay with her until Tuesday Morning.
Richard showed us around the town. Richard knows at least a dozen beautiful girls who we met around Aspen.
540 miles today. Left Nevada traveled thru Arizona, Utah & finally Colorado. We are now in Glenwood Springs. Funny thing we have been out west in '05, '10 & now '14. Every time I plan a trip the mileage just seems to bring us to this town. Every time we also eat at a local Mexican place (MaryAnn....Ola!!!!!). Nice little town about mid state. So it was another hot one, with a very scary storm that we skirted around in Utah. We got to a ...
... adorable, charming town. The town was pretty crowded due to all of the people coming to see the fireworks at night. We went to an awesome ice cream store for dessert and heard a lot of musicians from the Aspen music school performing in the streets for money. Was fun. Then, when it was dark, we went to the rugby field and sat with everyone else on blankets to watch the fireworks. Was a wonderful ...
... because Jordan and Maya had to stop every 500 feet to look out at the mountains, take photos and take it all in. The views were absolutely amazing. When we were in this one valley area, we saw a place in the middle of no where where you can rent ATV's (all terrain vehicles) - otherwise known as quads. Well, Jordan wanted to rent one soooo badly so we decided to do so. Maya wasn't so fond of the idea ...
Whitewater Rafting adventure was great! I must admit that the wet suits, while we looked a little dorky, we were not feeling the cold (45 degree water) as much as the others in our boat and other boats. Good investment!
The guides put the fear of death at the forefront of your brain before setting off on this jaunt. A few scare techniques used by guides:
The likelihood of you falling out of boat ...