Mountain Peaks Motel
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... the pass which is a mountain road with switchbacks and steep drops, then eventually you end up in Aspen.
We left around 10 am and started the drive...even before the pass it was so beautiful with views of mountains, lakes, and all different coloured leaves on the trees. A lot of trees have started to lose their leaves so probably was much more colourful a few weeks ago.
... there's always a next time! They also have lots of art work/canvases etc on the walls of the local area which are just amazing!
Afterwards we went to Walmart to get a big fan as the screen on our windows don't allow much breeze in and it can get pretty hot!
Darren also got a little sketch book as I keep telling him how good he is at drawing but he doesn't' think so....now he has a sketch book he can practice more and see how good he really ...
... so not always to the professional level expected but here we go. I am doing another set on old BW roll so we will see what is coming from this. I will try in the next few days to answer to them properly if I found the time, promise.
Well please keep your comments rolling on, it is great and I hope that the travel pod will inspire you all to get on the road.
Big kisses from me and Pickles
The jeep tour guide named Jason took us up into the mountains where the ski slopes are. We saw lots of wild flowers and we walked up a trail at the highest peak where we were at 11,500’and actually near the Continental Divide. While at that height we saw a Marmot which is a rodent and a member of the squirrel family also called Ground Hogs. We were lucky enough to see two of them. We wanted to see other animals like a moose or ...
Today we rendezvoused in Aspen for a trip to Leadville, CO. It started to rain shortly after we started and continued most of the day. First we left town to the west to view the mountains in Maroon Bells in the National Forest. This is a short walk along Maroon Lake you don't want to miss. At the visitor center we viewed about a hundred five-inch tiles on which children had sculpted creatures and insects that are found in the ...