Rodeway Inn Glenwood Springs
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... also got a cool tankard too. There were a few German guys on stage playing music but there weren't really enough people to create much of an atmosphere....bit of a shame. Maybe everyone here just didn't think there were any Oktoberfests in October so didn't go!! Who knows!
Once we got back home Darren wanted to draw some more, but we didn't have a rubber or sharpener so thought it was a good reason to walk around Avon some more and enjoy the weather. The front of our apartments ...
... we were above most of the houses so we could get a good view of all of the mountains...not sure the pictures will quite do it justice!
We had lunch back at ours then found a nearby car wash in Edwards as Big Red deserved a good clean after all the miles she's done and also after getting lots of salty soil underneath her....she is now all shiny and clean!
We parked up in Avon and walked around for ...
... fifties: Cindy here at the campsite managing the place with authority and finesse and a lifeguard at the pool yesterday showing her abilities.
Okay, maybe we have to pack up the bikinis. . . but we can continue to use our skills.....continue to live a life of vailidity as we "mature."
... 104 degrees. It turned out to be the perfect spot to take a short break and relax. The water was very soothing and the minerals left my body feeling refreshed. Just make sure to shower off after leaving the pool or you will carry a smell reminiscent of rotten eggs all day from the elemental sulfur in the springs. I will definitely be going back to stay at the Lodge and spend more time there in the ...
... by multiple sides loaded with cheese! I had Venison and Richard has Bison/Elk meatloaf. Coincidently it was our 3 month wedding anniversary so the meal was perfect and we treated ourselves to pecan pie for dessert - a true American delicacy.
It's amazing to think that in the one day we had gone from snowy mountainous terrain to the dry earthed rugged canyon that surrounds this small town. Another drive day tomorrow but a new state awaits - Utah!