How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... an exaggeration. The truth was the jeep was starting to run a little funny and I was scared to death that it would break down in the woods. With him on our tail, at least I knew someone would know we were in trouble. I did not really ever consider rolling off the mountain to be an actual risk, but we did see one truck deep into the valley that did exactly that. It seems to have been there for many years. I doubt ...
... When the rain finally got to be too much we headed into one of the caves for a tour. Here we met Kenny. He was one of those guys that should never grow a beard due to the huge spacing between hair follicles on his face. This however did not deter him. He went on the grow a long thin beard that kind of looked like random strands of black thread were falling out of his lip and chin. It was not a good look but I digress. Kenny was a caver and so was his ...
... lead up to this trip. There was not going to be a lot of hiking or sightseeing here. We were just going to chill for a few days. The temps were in the 90's so we inflated a Kayak and a tube and headed to the beach. You can see by the pic of Colby in the tube that he is doing much better. He seems to be on the mend. Thank God for that because this boy was really sick.
So here we are in Rifle Colorado on the Fourth of July. What to ...
What a day! First on the list was the Stanley Hotel. We took the tour and found out the hotel was where Stephen King was inspired to write The Shining, but none of the movie was filmed there. We got to see a few of the main rooms and learned about the twin brothers who built the hotel in 1907. It's supposedly haunted by several ghosts, and Jim Carrey was freaked out by the room he was in and left the hotel in the middle of the night.
... rush era! (One was called Black Hawk). The scenery slowly began to change from white snow to green to red rock. Just before reaching Glenwood Springs we drove through Glenwood Canyon and experienced more dramatic scenery this time of a different kind. The colorado river has carved a huge scar in the Colorado earth with sheer, rugged, red rock cliffs towering above the road, every bend had us gasping and reaching for the camera. Such a brilliant drive.