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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Gateway Lodge Rifle
Travel Blogs from Rifle
... a great rider who knew the roads. We saw a huge bear in the fields but headed up further. At the last right we stopped & all got to know each other, Anna & Brent were away for a weekend from home, although Anna was originally from Nottingham, not that you'd think it now. They invited us to join them for lunch in Aspen, past our destination but we decided it was time to be a dumb & dumber with no suitcase! We had one of the ...
... We are on the west side of the mountains and I think this must be the more arid side. The ground looks much sandier and the vegetation looks more desert like. However, the temperatures are cooler then the desert.
Once again we are just going to relax. We head into town to get a sun shade. The sun is nice but it is hot still, around 85ᵒ F. The nights are nice and cool though around 50ᵒ F. So we set up our sun shade and I pull out ...
... me into the side of the metal seat. It’s a good thing that I am a slight man because a chubby fella would have really taken a beating. At the end of the ride we all found ourselves laughing out loud with a look of utter bewilderment on all of our faces. It was simply nuts. Kristi and I were done! Hunter and Colby went back on several times since the rain sent everyone running for the hills and there were no lines. We were all soaked ...
... To be honest the brisket had dried out a little and I was not pleased with the result, but the flavor was great and it did not stop anyone from scoffing it down. As is typical in the Rockies a strong thunderstorm rolled in out of nowhere and provided a great fireworks show to compliment our Fourth of July meal. When the storm rolled in Colby was quietly meditating around the campfire. The rain came down cold and fast but this little Buddha ...
... station for our liquid replenishment ritual (gas for the motorcycles and sports drink or water for ourselves) and, then, we proceed north on Rt. 13. There is nothing particularly interesting about Rt. 13; just miles and miles of open spaces and WIND.