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We awoke to a lot of fog on the Grand Mesa. Drove out the Lands End Rd but the view was about 10 ft this day. Back to 65, down to 70, and heading East toward Denver. Started hearing a humming sound (not good) so we pulled over and discovered a bad wheel bearing on the passenger side. Found a repair shop but parts won't be in until some time …
... perspective. As the sun poked futher through the morning clouds it cast intersting shadows on the mountains while illuminating others. The valley in which Keystone and Breckenridge sit held onto the morning clouds for most of the hike as well, making for an interesting scene. At the highest point the hike reached 12,500 ft before we traversed back on a different path to the starting ...
... that even in Georgetown (at about 8,000 feet) the temperature is about 20 degrees cooler than Denver. After coming off the mountain we went to Central City. What a disappointment. The last time we went there was before Jon was born and it was sill a historic old mining town with shops and saloons in the main street with player pianos that could be heard while waling down the street. Now it is ...
... But it was a very long 4 miles.
The ride back to Georgetown was scenic along 285 to 9 through Breckenridge.
A lovely goulash at EuroGrill was a welcome relief until I looked out their window at the table I'd sat at yesterday & saw a treetop on it. Yes, indeed, shortly after I'd left on Saturday, the high winds knocked the treetop onto their porch. Luckily no one was there to get hurt!
... car I noticed what was unmistakably bear paw prints on the wooden stairs. Yikes!
I quickly got back up to Lyn and Io, who were bravely checking the other 3 floors of the house, unarmed! Thankfully the bear had gone.
I phoned the property managers who lived nearby, and left a message on their answer phone. I then phoned the house owner, who was shocked by what had happened. The property managers then phoned back, and said that Tom was on his way. He was ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed