Econo Lodge Brush

Address: 1208 North Colorado Ave., Brush, Colorado, 80723, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel is located on 1208 North Colorado Ave., Brush.
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    Travel Blogs from Brush

    Just Hanging On

    A travel blog entry by olytrains on May 05, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... the Poudre River as people pulled over for us. We're finally getting into a rhythm of sorts, and packing seems to be going quicker each day. We are exhausted at night and fall into bed. Jim is a regular task master, wanting to leave around 7 AM each day. Several reasons enter in to this departure time, so here are a couple. It's cooler in the morning (less bugs and less traffic). We never know about traffic, so it ...

    Sterling to Des Moines

    A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Jun 20, 2013

    81 photos

    ... Family Shrine begins with the intervention of the Holy Spirit within a few people. These people are of diverse backgrounds with little chance to meet until the Holy Spirit united them spiritually with an idea of the Holy Family Shrine. Through a unique and divine series of events, these people discovered they had been enlightened to the same idea. This idea was to create a place off of Interstate 80 for travelers to pray and discover the Catholic faith. These ...

    Onto the Plains

    A travel blog entry by coatimundi on Jul 18, 2010

    ... blue line heading to Nebraska. I blew by small towns, farms and grasslands at 82mph, exiting at Fort Morgan where I began a bit of town exploration.
    Fort Morgan has some surprises, mainly the unusual presence of a sizable Muslim community. I'm not sure of their origin, but they looked African, and they seemed to have created a nice niche community there with a store and a very small neighborhood.
    No wi-fi though, and this would be the consistent theme. The places that did have ...

    Corn, Love and Bugs

    A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on Jul 12, 2010

    8 photos

    ... We all did take a quick look outside because the stars were magnificent. If we ever plan to visit here, we'll come prepared with bug spray and/or nets. I read there are some great carved trees in Sterling that might be fun to see someday.We are finished with our home site visiting. The next home site on the journey will be our own. What a great time we have had learning about different people in our country's (and our own) history!

    Day 28

    A travel blog entry by travelbiddie on May 20, 2007

    5 photos

    ... on Sundays. Darn the luck. We did get into a museum. The main attraction was "Rattle Snake Annie". She took her small son for a horseback ride out to a river where some duck hunters had left some ducks. She found herself surrounded by rattlesnakes. She was a crack shot with a 22 rifle. When the smoke cleared the score was, Annie 140 snakes 0. She took 40 of them home, skinned em, dried em and made a dress out of them. She ...