Matterhorn Mountain Motel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to chew on some yarrow for a toothache or make goldenrod tea for affliction with tuberculosis. You never can be too prepared.
Due to our spot on the eastern slope of California Pass, the sunrise was somewhat reluctant. Around 7, we got some water boiling and made tea and granola and ran around to the surrounding mine shafts to keep warm. After the sun had chased the chills away, we packed up camp and climbed up over the pass and down into California ...
... it. How fun! Laura however, is not feeling well with morning sickness. She should be getting over it soon. They are both excited. They were planning on telling Meggie and Josie today along with mike and deb. We are now along the Lake fork of the Gunnison River. We are at the Gate Campground. Howard has 2 miles upstream of public access to fish. We are the only ones in this campground. It is quite nice. Lake city seems ...
... here on the trails. Ouray has easily moved to my all time favorite hiking destination. With another week left, I cant wait to see what else there is! The snow levels have been iffy. I am just winging the hikes and seeing if I can get through or not. Most of the time I am good. I ran into hip deep snow drifts on one of my hikes. I am going to bring my snow shoes back toward the end of next week to get up to where ...
... City area was to climb at least one
more fourteener. Needing a good night’s sleep ahead of such a strenuous
activity I found a motel, well actually a place that rents little A-Frame
cottages for $49/night, instead of camping or car camping.
Lake City itself if a quite cute mountain town with a number
of businesses downtown but none of the chic stores and galleries you find in
resort towns ...
After the big thunderstorm yesterday, we were surprised at the beauty of this morning. The sky had been scrubbed clean; the temperature (sorry back home!) was 55 degrees! Since we only planned to drive 42 miles to South Fork, CO today, we took our time and pulled out of camp at 10:20 this morning. (Ed and Betty...hope you are taking notes!) Although we drove west on this road several days ago, it looked different driving eastward. It always amazes us how many times you can see ...