- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... quickly lost my balance and plopped gracefully into the stream with both feet up to my knees in water. I was all for taking our shoes off and crossing but Jon vetoed this. I was tempted to pout as my heart had been firmly set on a good hike - but decided to be a sport instead. We cheerfully set off to explore Crested Butte. This is a ski resort town, but ...
... all the trail cam picked up was a mule deer buck passing camp at 2 am. By 7 am our unshaded, open campsite was already baking us in our tent. What is a plus in the dusk for setting up a tent does not always work once the sun gets high in the sky. It's okay since we had a lot planned for today anyway. We broke camp quickly and headed into the park to see the famous ancient ruins built in the 1100's by Native Americans the Navajo call the "Anasazi." These ruins are ...
We took Owen and Elise to the lake this morning to wear them out before their parents drove them home. I must have saved this stick from a watery grave at least 100 times. Every time I brought it back to shore one or the other of the little people threw it back in. Whew I'm ...
... her light bike. Chris stayed behind me, even though I think he could have easily passed me. We had to wait 30 minutes at a road construction stop. The workers wanted us to ride in front of a pilot truck because it was a couple miles of one lane torn up dirt road. I accepted the offer to throw my bike on the flat bed and ride through on the back of the construction truck. Kirsty and Chris were steadfast about riding every single mile coast to coast, so they ...
... excited. I sped down to the nearest camp area to get settled. As I was about to pay for a site, a voice called from behind. It was the 19-year-old British solo cyclist, Kirsty, who I heard about from someone back on my second day of riding. She offered me a spot at her camp for my tent to save on the $12 fee. She was now traveling with a guy named Chris, a biochemistry professor in his late 50's. They had met a couple weeks prior and stuck together. I think he has ...