Sand's Inn Park Terrace
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the Poudre River as people pulled over for us. We're finally getting into a rhythm of sorts, and packing seems to be going quicker each day. We are exhausted at night and fall into bed. Jim is a regular task master, wanting to leave around 7 AM each day. Several reasons enter in to this departure time, so here are a couple. It's cooler in the morning (less bugs and less traffic). We never know about traffic, so it ...
... I saw a real life dirt road!!!! =D I wish I took a picture, but there weren't any exits from the highway.
3. North eastern Colorado is BARREN. No crops to speak of... just miles and miles of shrubs and grass. Also I'm defiantly gaining elevation - loads of rolling hills. I did see a ton of windfarms, but they were too far off in the distance to capture in a ...
... snow at the moment!). We had decided on a trip that looked like we would be doing about 10-12miles a day, with some ups and downs. WELL!!, it turned out to be Day 1 - a total of 9 hours walking, with 6hrs straight up hill and 3 down. Day 2 - 12hrs hiking, 7 up hill, 3 undulating and 3 on the flat - we didn't set up camp till about 9pm so it meant hiking the last hour with our head lamps on!!!! (I've never done that before!). ...
... Slim Pickins. Back at Ford, waiting for belt to be fixed. Hazel read a magazine called Turkey Call, the magazine of the National Wild Turkey Federation. An entire magazine dedicated to helping you blast turkeys to smithereens, with such useful aids as; different turkey calls ie. the Spring Yelp, the Jake Gobbler and the Fly Down; and invaluable tips on how to narrow your lead shot spray - we kid you not, why don't they just go to Wal-Mart and buy ...
... know. She gets claustrophobic in a tent. Elevator down, and she takes the stairs in buildings. Then we did the thing where all the lights are turned off to see how dark and silent it gets. I thought, if she makes a panic dash down a passage, I'll never see her again. Unfortunately she was still there. Insurance money safe. Drove to Mt Rushmore via the Needles Highway. High pointed rock formations like shards of glass pointing skyways. Magnificent views and scenery through ...