Historic Crags at the Golden Eagle Resort
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... at he needed to purchase peanuts for the chipmunks (that btw NEVER showed up for treats). There was no campfire, since we were packed in like truckers at a truck stop and the rear end of the RV was nearly touching the picnic table and flames just seem dangerous.
We slept good (paved parking makes for a level RV and guess what? When the RV is level and plugged in the fridge gets cold!!!)
... sort of way, I warned LD that under NO circumstances was he going to be our "Brad Pitt" from Thelma and Louise! After explaining about Ol Bess, he wished us luck and went politely along his way. I still don't see why we could have not pretended a little!!! hehe
Waiting to hear from our helpful mechanic, we passed the time people watching, popping into shops, eating good food, and enjoying the small town atmosphere.
... and now apparently the leaf peepers have all showed up and every hotel is booked. So stupid of me to wait but I was trying to "wing it" and “fly by the seat of my pants”. Well now my pants will be sleeping in the car. I literally called 13 hotels and none had availability. Now to add insult to injury the B&B I wanted to stay at…Taharaa Lodge was all booked but we were on a waiting list. They had a cancellation and emailed me ...
... at Aspen didn't seem much higher then Thredbo, ate his words when we got to the top of the gondola ride as the full height of the runs had been hidden from the town. The top of the gondola also revealed a surprising discovery and one that Ben is sure to bring back to Australia, Frisbie Golf! We descended from the gondola and strolled around town for a little longer, but Ben finally had to tear me away when I started to look for real estate. So ...
... at our side. Though it was hot, and tricky to use a rock as a tripod, we managed to get a couple of nice shots in a little 5-minute stop.
From there, we headed on up the road, stopping again to take some pictures in the ghost town, Cisco. We reached I-70 about 2 hours after we left Moab, and were on our way out of Utah and across Colorado. After a stop for lunch at Subway in Grand Junction, Colorado, a couple other rest ...