Stone Mountain Lodge & Cabins
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... feet, muscles and joints. After a little research this week, it looks like we will have only about 40 percent pavement on the Camino which should be a nice balance. This month we will pass the six month mark. We have lodging reservations made for over half of our Camino and we are hoping to get our flights reserved in the next four to six weeks. Check out Sparky to see our ...
... enough hence lots of pink bits the next day.
The kids all had a great day playing together. I was forced onto a water slide, which I endured, much to the kids amusement. Isla did a little swim test, which she passed with flying colours and was therefore allowed to go on the lazy river with the big kids. A proud moment for her and for Rhiannon.
... the Ouzel bird that dives into the waterfall. This was a 6 mile hike on a warm, sunny day. It was a shorts day. We hiked up to cascade falls and then around up to Ouzel falls. This is a tall waterfall, falling into a rapid river. We did wonder if there was such a thing as an ouzel(Stewart had never heard of an ouzel and it was not in any books) and if we'd see any birds. As we were eating lunch while looking at the falls, Ruby noticed a beautiful blue and ...
... on road side till we came to a point where the trail ridge road itself was closed. Even though I was forewarned about the snow, I was a tad bit disappointed on not covering the entire stretch of that drive.
As we made our way back we took a detour to boulder and drove via the peak to peak highway, yet another a scenic driveway. No vehicles on the road meant that we could drive by slowly and enjoy the view. ...
... the history. Short walks at the top - views of surrounding countryside for miles and miles. One of the rangers told me he lives there by choice, not circumstance. I like that.
Continued on Rt.71S, to 88W. Town has some of the smallest houses I've ever seen. Thought about heading west on a canyon road, but was warned it is often muddy, or snowy, and turns to gravel, so I stayed with the 'real' road. ...