Super 8 Motel Canon City
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... dunes. Both served us AWESOME meats. AND both delighted us with their always welcoming company. Thank you both a million times over!
From Walden, we biked up and over Cameron Pass at 10,000+ ft in elevation. We got to the top of the pass and Turbo Diesel was flabbergasted that we had already made it to the top, while Powerstroke was less impressed, feeling that it wasn't going to be that tough to begin with. The Poudre River Canyon ...
... 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 ...
... jackets and we looked pretty funny in all of our gear. John got a special helmet so that he could mount the Go-Pro camera on it. He looked like a geek.
The rafting trip was awesome. The trip through the gorge was beautiful. Our guide was very knowledgeable about the area and provided us with a lot of history of the area. We went through several Class IV rapids and in the first one call Sunshine Falls, ...
... 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 ...
... treated to the Westcliffe Stampede Rodeo and a cutting horse competition. Unfortunately I did not understand the cutting horse judging until after the event. Oh well! Next time I'll have a better notion of what is happening.
Not too far from town (but out "there) is the Mission Wolf Sanctuary which provides a home for wolves along with educational programs. The tours are free and the staff seems to be mostly ...