Blue Spruce Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Meeker
Up at 4am. Picked up labor, Wayne and Arthur at 5am. We learned later that Wayne and airy her we not the guys that labor ready sent...they were just guys that happened to be in front of labor ready at 5am hoping for work. Drove 3 hours to Edwards. Drove through vale... Reached 9500 ft! Beautiful drive! Jp and the guys delivered then we drove back to Denver. We got stopped at a weigh station. Jp says the dot guy said that he stopped us because he saw me ...
We stopped in Meeker at the suggestion of our friends Susan and Lloyd. The town is is named for Nathan Meeker, a Native American agent who was killed along with 11 other U.S. citizens by Ute Indians in the 1879 Meeker Massacre. Teddy Roosevelt visited while on a mountain lion hunting trip. Wide streets, lots of pickup trucks and few people. ...
OK so I've been home for two weeks now and I've been trying to think up a fitting way to end this verbal and intellectual diarrhea...I came in to San Fransisco and I was prepared for the usual condescension I get from most of my run-ins with the U.S. border patrol but the guy I got was actually very nice which certainly decreased my anxiousness about my homecoming and when I deplaned in Denver and got my stuff ...
Big day tomorrow... I'm trying to pack but my dog's playing defense. She knows something is up and won't let me load my stuff. Right as I begin a journey such as this I often wonder about the others in my small corner of the planet. Most seem content in what I consider a cultural and intellectual vacuum and I wonder why I can't fall into a situation like that and be ...
... to expect. The Southwestern U.S. will be forever linked to Mexico because of immigration, history, climate and, more recently, NAFTA. I therefore adjusted rather easily to life in Chihuahua. My biggest fear going in to South Korea is that I'll say or do something that will inadvertently **** someone off. I've been reading up on etiquette in the ...