Thunder Mountain Lodge
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... was actually worth a million dollars! There was a sign before entering the museum that you were not to bring firearms into the museum (We would never see this posted in Canada!). Then it was back to the planes, trains and automobiles...KOA!
September 27th, DAY 12 PHOENIX GOLD MINE
We were off today to Carbondale. On the way we had a planned stop at a functioning gold mine in Idaho Springs called Phoenix Gold Mine. This was super cool! We learned that gold is ...
... was a liquor shop within walking distance. You don’t want to buy booze from a grocery store in Colorado (just like Utah) because the percentage of alcohol isn’t as much. There’s even a brewery in town and they sell their beers across the road in a renovated church. Most nights after a few drinks the boys would start deliberating over maps and itineraries. A plan for the weekend was set by Neetie and a plan for the next few weeks was set by the ...
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... peaches, we grilled pork chops and Palisade peaches for dinner.
While dining, the setting sun bounced off the nearby cliffs across the Colorado River. That’s when we noticed a black bear sauntering down the trail next to the river. Of course, I ran to Simba to grab the camera! He gazed across the nearly empty campground and then started come closer to us. When he got about 50-feet away, I started honking Simba’s horn while ...
Day 3 back on the road
We woke up to very cool temperatures and more of the drought-breaking down pour. We’re very happy for Park City getting rain; we just weren’t hangin’ around for it. So the alpine sliding, or the long zip line ride were forgotten and we hit the road instead. As we traversed Utah southeast into Colorado the flat-lands bordering the mountains succumbed to mountains, mountains and ...