Nordic Lodge of Steamboat Springs
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Flaming Gorge, Utah - It rained all night, and all morning, so I packed up in the rain and headed for home, my wife a hot shower and my own bed, but alas it was not to be.....
Heading east on Hw 40, the rain intensity increased, by Craig, CO, is was steady, by Hayden, CO, it was so heavy that it pooled on the road and oncoming traffic drenched me in their rooster tail spray.
The temp dropped to mid 50's, lightning crackled overhead, and I began to feel unsafe. Especially climbing to 9,400 ft to cross Rabbit Ears Pass.
So, I called my wife, she authorized a hotel night and I consulted Trip Advisor to find the Nordic Lodge. The rooms are clean, have microwave and fridge and the hotel has a hot tub, pool, is conveniently located, reasonably priced and owned by a delightful, helpful couple originally from Poland. If you find yourself I Steamboat Springs in a rainstorm (or any time), I recommend you consider the Nordic Inn.
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