Bent's Fort Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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12:00 - spending the day here just helped a woman with 10 kids with her groceries she had a ton of food and other things ok my cars battery just died now I have to call triple A
just got my battery that didn't take as long as I thought It ...
Today we drove through the plains of eastern Colorado to two more NPS sites. Many folks think of mountains when they think of Colorado, that's only about 2/3 correct; the eastern 1/3 of the state is just as boring and flat as Kansas & Nebraska. First, we visited Sand Creek Massacre NHS. It is the site where US troops massacred a bunch of friendly, peace-seeking Native Americans (mostly Arapahoe & Cheyenne) for no reason. This is yet another site in ...
-5am wake up -Pack up -Breakfast (Lorraine asks to ride bikes with me today) -Clean up -Bike up -Meeting & Cheer (66.9 miles today) -Ride with Kaho, Lorraine and Lauren -Ride by wind turbine -Play on wind turbine -Ride by beef factories and cow feeding plants (there's a strong chance I could be a vegetarian by the end of this) -Ride by a man who was watering his farm by airplane -Coffee Shop - half the team stopped here - I got a latte and cheddar, jalapeño focaccia bread ...
... dirty too. Bye bye wont be seeing you in a hurry again, still its another pin in the map i suppose.
We were again heading west, through some small towns with the aim of crossing into Colorado today. This was a pretty easy drive for Gareth- he's being a very good boy with all this driving. We ran parallel to the railroad for most of today which obviously served the big industrial buildings and huge farms along the way (the young farmers around holsworthy would be very proud ...
... days in Colorado we had a head/crosswind for the first thrity miles. Amazingly as we started the ascent to La Veta Pass, the winds were suddenly at our back and we just cruised up the five mile climb to a summit of 8700 feet. Now, get this everybody - we started a 28-30 mile descent at speeds of 25-45 miles an hour which took us about 40 minutes to complete. Because of extremely strong swirling winds, the first nine miles were ...