Hanging Lake Inn
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... Highway 6 and the back is just by a river, however we couldn't see any easy way to get back there so thought we would investigate. We headed out on Highway 6 as there is a large hard shoulder and walked until we could finally join onto the trail that runs next to the river...such a shame that you have to walk on a highway hard shoulder to get to it. After walking on Eagle River Trail next to the river for a while, we cut up and into the town to check our mail and also to go to the ...
... had a really nice feel to it...I think it will be nice to live just outside of Vail so we can really appreciate the surrounding areas too.
Once we got back, we had planned to make the most of the Vail and Beaver Creek Restaurant Week.....you can dine at lots of the really fancy places that we couldn't normally afford for just $20.15 (last year it was $20.14....). We figured as a little treat to us we ...
This morning we woke up after having what felt like the most luxurious nights sleep!! I guess you really appreciate an actual bed even after 3 days sleep in a truck. We really felt like it was such a fancy treat to have a bed and a shower….we even managed to make our juice and soup up in the room and watched a bunch of tattoo programmes on the TV.
So we woke up, had a shower which again felt very special and packed everything back in the ...
... off our To Do list.
I am in heaven! There is actual water running in the Colorado River. In spots, you could call it whitewater. Trees are green. Grass is green. Colorado had enough rain this spring for rampant wild flowers still in bloom.
I am so happy to be home I puff up like a satisfied yellow balloon or something equally buoyant! After our ride and hike, there is the ...
I started out on my journey from my home in Cheyenne, WY at 4:30AM to jump ahead of the relentless Denver commuter traffic. As I neared Denver, I merged onto I-70 and started my way through the Rocky Mountains. Shortly into my climb on I-70 I passed through the Eisenhower Tunnel, which at 11,158 feet is the highest point and longest tunnel on the U.S. Interstate Highway system. Upon descending from ...