H&H Motor Lodge
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... too. You don't see as many brilliant oranges and reds as in the eastern mountains but the deep yellows of the aspens spotting the mountainsides is good eye candy. (Aside: Just crossed the Mississippi River on the California Zephyr.) Sleeping on the train last night wasn't as bad. We're farther from the whistle and I guess we're just getting used to it. We are due to get into Chicago early so they are calling for lunch service at 10:40. We just finished breakfast. By ...
... they know he is buried somewhere in the cemetery. Will at least I can say I did it and I saw it. Leaving Glenwood Springs, we continue our Eastward travel through the Rocky mountains stopping in the town of Idaho Springs at the Argo Gold Mine to do some panning. ...
Well this is going to be more than the day before.
I left Keene on Tuesday and flew to Denver. I've been here for a few days as we make final preparation for our drive to Denali National Park in Alaska.
Tried to take in a Rockies game today and we were rained out. Tried to do a hike in the foothills yesterday and was rained/snowed ...
... and that he did not want us staying in his hotel. I was shocked, as was my husband. The owner went on to say that my husband had been rude to the owner's wife (my husband had not even been in the office when the wife was there) and that was why he was kicking us out.
We received a refund on our credit card, packed up, and left. Both completely stunned and embarrassed by this turn of events.
A week later, after discussing ...
... freezing sleet pelted us. The altitude at the top is 14,270 feet and is the crown of the highest paved road in the United States. On a clear day some say that you can see Kansas but on that day we had difficulty seeing the hood of the car. It was still worth the drive.
In addition to the above we hiked to Boulder Falls, ate a six course meal at Gold Hill Inn, visited a friend in Evergreen, a small town on a steep hillside with many ...