Boulder Mountain Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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Could this mini vacation get any better?
Sunday we woke up moderately early (715) to get ready to leave the house by 830. Kelly, Ashley, and Steve chose to stay in Boulder and do a less intense hike, while Matt, Anisa, Dan, Kim, Scott and I headed out to Rock Mountain National Park. The drive out there was amazing. Kim drove with Scott and I and Dan, Matt, and Anisa took a second car. As we were driving we went through the town of Lyon and Kim and I ...
... and as a bonus, we chatted to the bus driver - Taliesen is a large site, with transfers by minibus - who recalled seeing Wright in the local village when the driver was a school kid!)
Interactions such as these, and they have been many, are proving a highlight of our trip. We are finding that our accents are triggering the natural warmth ...
... for a quick visit to the El Dorado State Park near by. As a quick sample of the mountains it was beautiful up there. Dev was in her element looking at the rock formations :) After this we headed to the Southern Sun Pub and Brewery! Again great food and beers. I would be huge if I lived around here! We had lots of samples of local beers, and even got some free ones when another customer made a wrong order, and the waiter asked if we would like them! I had a porter that ...
... day was like it was right out of a scene in a movie...which was what Darren left in LA. He was acting there, but decided that the lifestyle in Boulder was more his speed and would make him happier in the long run. I can see what he means after having been to his new town. The people here are real, natural, active and have such a drive for life. I could see myself fitting in here in a heart beat. I know that come Saturday it is going to be incredibly hard to say goodbye to the ...
... And poor Kenny had his entire body pressed against the rock and felt his whole body get zapped.
The realization of what just happened dawned on us. The electrons had traveled all the way of the Flat Iron to us and through us. The storm raged on for like 20-30 minutes before stopping. After the storm ended, we decided to bail from the route and begin the journey back down to where we started which is difficult because there are no fixed anchors to rappel from.