Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Canon City
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Often I am able to make enough of the stir fry/fried rice or pasta dish to do two meals. Our food bill has been quite low as we are not drinking wine with our meals!!! Gas is much cheaper here (approx. $.50 a litre). So far most food has been equivalent to Cdn prices when you factor in the exchange. Here is our view from our cabin – we call it the baby on the hill.
... season so we did not see the copious elk that usually dot this landscape.
Tomorrow we are off to Canon City and the tour of the Royal Gorge. By the way, we are finding we have less than reliable cell phone and internet services so there may be delays in blog postings while we are in the mountains for the next week. We thank MacDonald's in Canaon City for high speed internet ...
Well staying in Canon City was a great decision. The first 8 miles out of town were straight up. I was in the middle chain ring and the bigger gears in back doing 4 to 8 mph. I imagine Monarch will be similar tomorrow. I must still have the sign on my back that says if you are lonely come talk to me. Eating this morning the newspaper vending machine man came over for about half hour. ...
... through Cripple Creek, we turned onto the Shelf Road byway. Appropriately named, this narrow, twisting dirt road sits on a narrow "shelf" above a rushing stream. Once a toll road connecting Cripple Creek and Victor, another former mining community, the Shelf Road provides a 25-mile scenic alternative to highway travel between Cripple Creek and Canon City.
Canon City is at the junction of the Shelf Road and Highway 50. Its claim to fame is the Royal ...
... a nice young couple from Minnesota with us on the trip. It was very cloudy and rainy the whole trip, but since we were getting wet anyway it hardly mattered.
We learned an interesting fact. The difference between a canyon and a gorge is a canyon is wider than it is deeper, and a gorge is deeper than it is wide. We were in a gorge today.
We got back to the campground and Karen had taken some ...