Travel Blogs from Glenwood Springs
We spent the week-end with Tom and Christine. It was great to take a shower in a shower bigger than 30 x 30. We had a wonderful week-end catching up with good conversation, good food, and just relaxing. Thanks, Tom and Christine
... of people... met some real characters -- benefits far outweigh costs. Want to know why I would do it all again? Just go back and read any of my blogs. The answer is in the stars -- I mean blogs.
Would we do it again? "Hell no." I said it was "the adventure of a life time" and I carefully choose the word "the." One drive and ferry ride like the one we did to/from Alaska is enough for one life time. (Remember the blog about the frost heaves. ...
As we left this morning we had decided that we wouldn't take any pictures or post our trip across I70. Yes, I70 takes you through some of the most beautiful mountains you have ever seen and through the heart of the Rocky Mountains. But come on...we have posted and posted and posted. Then when we came down from Vail Pass, a 7% grade for almost 10 miles, we came out onto what I would call high desert. From a distance it looks like big hills of sand. It certainly has ...
... down by the river and enjoyed the beautiful scenery and one fisherman fishing. We didn't have fishing poles so we just chilled. It was a nice relaxing end of the day.
Tomorrow we are going to be in Golden, Colorado and meeting Nola and Stuart at Dakota Ridge RV Park.
... found a cool little spot to have a picnic lunch. Our traveling restaurant seems to be finding some beautiful spots to pop-up at.
After lunch we walked a short distance to the falls. They were super cool and surrounded by incredible scenery. The other aspect to this park is that it is full of caves. Some reach back as far as 90 feet. Unfortunately we did not know about the caves until we arrived so we did not have any flashlights with us. We ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility