Motel 6 Fort Lupton
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... Turns out it was quite quiet while we were there and we could even hear the trains as they traveled through the area.
We planned to stay two weeknights so we can see the kids and also do all the mundane things, one needs to occasionally do in life, like haircut for Kent, and pedicure for Sraddha, restock the larder, and chase down battery cleaner, etc.
It was fun to see Iain and Kathleen in their home environs and get caught up ...
... all of the driving today, and although it was very cool to see all of the farms, and how the plains turned into hills entering Colorado, it was a very boring drive. She did it though! We crossed into Mountain Time Zone and gained another hour which always helps with camp set up. One of the things we noticed were the huge cow farms. We are talking hundreds, maybe thousands of cows all squeezed together into small areas. We assume these are the farms that feed the ...
Yes, it's true. We inched our way home. We drove past Blue Mesa Reservoir and over Monarch Pass, and we were reminded how Alaska is like Colorado but on a triple dose of steroids. However, there is nothing like the blue sky and and sites of Colorado! After spending a few days in Montrose with Sandra's family and a few days in Colorado Springs with friends we consider family we thought we best get home. We had mixed emotions about ...
The day started with a little lie in as we knew we wouldn't be getting too much sleep in the evening! We lazed around and watched a bit of tv with Steph while each of us had a shower. Steph then took us to Boulder to have a look around and have some brunch at a place called Snooze which had a long wait - sign of a good place! I had bacon and toast as I fancied a bacon roll and that's the closest they have! Doug had a crazy hash brown thing! After this ...
... people living there with a median income of $45K, so I guess whatever it is, it was hiding from view.
We drove through an old town called Hot Springs, and this one was stuck in the 60’s, though I can see on the internet that it is still selling vacation packages to people interested in bathing in sulfur water.
Granby was a very interesting town. The downtown area is basically a one-story town. But they have ...