Super 8 Motel Canon City
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We made it to Colorado! Yeehaw! This is the mental and probably pretty darn close to the physical half of our trip. It should be all down hill from here, right? Well, maybe not, but heck, we are on our way to warm weather in the South.
We had an awesome stay in Walden Colorado. Lucas Glick, like Lucas Reitmann, treated us like queens! Both stellar gentlemen took us on adventures to waterfalls, lakes, forests ...
... prairies with billowing golden grasses and through small towns.
A quirky attraction caused us to detour 12 miles to visit Bishops Castle. Mr. Bishop has been building this fanciful “castle” since 1969. It features a fire-breathing dragon that comes to life between Memorial Day and Labor Day, along with numerous turrets, narrow circular staircases and vast, empty rooms. Admission is free, but he asks for donations to support his ...
We woke up to a cool cloudy day. Karen made us breakfast this morning and then we took a long walk with the 2 dogs up the hill by the campground. After breakfast, we got in the Jeep and took a drive behind the campground to the river. We drove in a very isolated area on a dirt road up and down through the canyon. It was an awesome ride with beautiful views. We parked the Jeep and walked a trail down to the river. ...
... barber shops, and a ton of consignment shops. We visited a couple of antique shops and I bought a casserole dish and a pitcher. We are used to small businesses in strip malls and big shopping centers and it was interesting to see all of these stores surviving on Main Street. The parking was free on the street; might be why.
The town has a state prison and in fact there are 9 correctional facilities in the county. We saw a few of ...
I read about Westcliffe in "American Cowboy" magazine. The article said it was one of the best small cowboy towns. It is located in the Wet Valley bordered by the Sangre de Cristo mountain on the west and the Wet Mountains on the east. I had heard of it before, as my friends Gwen and Richard had chosen to build and retire in the area. The valley is probably one of the prettiest I have seen.
During my seven days, ...