Buena Vista Super 8 Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and freezing cold, followed by sixteen miles of descent to the tiny town of Sargents. In sunny weather, this would have been a dream descent, but we arrived in Sargents dangerously cold and headed straight into the cafe to guzzle four hot chocolates, two coffees, a packet of crisps and two cookies. We had planned to ride 65 miles today to get us up and over Cochetopa Pass, but we called it a day ten miles short to wild camp at Upper Dome Reservoir. From the tent, we have ...
... was beautiful in the morning sunshine. We had been dubious about finding a bar open at 9am in the morning in the US which would be showing a Southern Hemisphere rugby match (hardly the national sport). But in Breckenridge we did and we had the entire top floor bar to ourselves. It turned out to be one of the best rugby matches we'd ever seen and fortunately South Africa won. For every pint the Saffers had, we got a coffee refill and this served us well on the climb up to Boreas ...
... off we went. We were not a moment too soon with new tires! We encountered the first "rough" roads of the trip including two mountain passes. Marshall pass was first. Fantastic scenery and vistas and a fun ride up. It was both entertaining and big learning curve to take 800 lbs of motorcycle on trails and roads I would typically be riding a 220 lb 2 stroke on. Later in the ...
Hi readers of Ali Coad's Blog! Martha Scott Johnson (that's MSJ to you) here, friend of "Coady" and faithful trip leader. Ali asked me to guest blog for her today since we spent the day together and I obliged. I have enjoyed getting to know Ali this summer; she is one of the most thoughtful conversationalists, fellow casual riders and 25 and up clubmember. I am writing from Buena Vista (which I am still unclear on how to pronounce) where we ...
There are officially 54 fourteeners in Colorado, the mountain peaks above 14,000 feet that have long been a fad to climb, although some sources count a slightly higher number depending on whether sub-peaks with certain minimal elevation differences between them and the nearby higher peak are included. I have summited 29 of those 54, and Mount Massive is the only one I've tried to climb but have not successfully summited. Massive ...