Bent's Fort Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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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 ...
... the group at the trailer on the side of the highway -Colorado is beautiful -The towns in this state are more abundant -Ride with Sam and Lorraine -Get dropped by Sam and Lorriane -Ride with Hannah and Alicia -Get dropped by Hannah and Alicia -Ride into host with Lauren at about 1:30pm -Shower at a pool -Second lunch at Subway -Coffee (again) at the local coffee shop with Kim, Carlee, Taylor, Sam, MSJ, and Breezer... half of them fell asleep -Dinner with hosts -Presentation for ...
... encountered Santa Fe trail, a commercial route for wagons used back in 1830s that could take one of two routes, regular or mountainous. We will be following mountainous route... Naturally. We were all in to the host by 1pm, at which point we realized this adventure has officially brain washed us. The ride felt like minimal mileage and work exerted, comparatively speaking. A great ride to have in the middle of a ...
... when we passed a road sign which read "Correctional facility ahead- Do Not Stop For Hitch Hikers" but luckily we didn't see any. We had our share of dodgy looking prisoners yesterday.
When we stopped for fuel there was a liquor store at the garage, which was handy as the walmart we got lunch at had nothing but a few cases of beer. We went in with the intention of getting a bottle of wine and were really pleased to find that they sold 'hard cider' (cider to you and me) ...
... very long day - 13 hours in the car and plenty of road without rest stops or gas stations. In fact one of the roads we took, Route 10 had a detour and it was totally desolate. The only living thing I saw for about 44 miles were horses and cows. Today the temperature reached 105 but believe it or not there was a cool wind so it did not feel it. Thanks to all my friends and family who call me during the day to keep me ...