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TripAdvisor Reviews Shadowcliff Lodge Grand Lake
Travel Blogs from Grand Lake
... The Honda had a strange clunking noise coming from the driver’s side front tire. I was afraid to tow it to Steamboat, but also afraid to have it checked out, thinking I could be ripped off. There are no mechanics in Grand Lake, so I drove the 15 miles to Granby where I saw a little shop, Granby Automotive Repair. I swung in there, and the young man immediately jacked up the car, spent time looking underneath it and under ...
... the pace! I was worried that my camera and phone would get wet and ruined (not to mention me) but we made it back to the car before any serious rain started. By the time we made it back to Grand Lake it was pouring, so we stopped at Grand Lake Lodge, a historic lodge that sits on top of a hill and has a fantastic view of Grand Lake and Shadow Mountain Lake. We checked out the rustic lobby, got a cup of coffee in ...
... in the strangely difficult task of trying to fit everything back in the suitcase. Since neither one of us bought anything larger than a postcard (well, maybe a refrigerator magnet), everything we are trying to put in actually came out after we got here, so it should be easier than it seems to be. Well, we have all evening.
We have one more fun junket tomorrow: a wildlife tour at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge ...
... just sat and collected dust. She wanted to make a hostel out of it, but her independent contract work did not give her sufficient time to do it on her own. I took the challenge and invested my entire self into it. I did yardwork, painting, minor electrical work, knocked out walls, built floors, designed a logo and manufactured signs, designed and created a website and fliers, networked with local businesses and online booking companies, found, retrieved, and ...
... regimen). Then I’m stopping and panting like crazy to get enough oxygen—the trail starts at over 8,000 feet and goes up another thousand feet from there. Julie warns me not to overdo it. She’s always telling me that and I either don’t listen to her and do overdo it, or I do listen to her and don’t do enough. Today, I’m not listening to her.
It’s very quiet and we run into just a few people coming down the trail. It is as wild ...