Town House Motor Inn
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... temp was around 40. Funny thing happened as we approached the 10,000 ft pass and snow covered peaks, two of our bags of chips exploded from the sudden low pressure. The sky was an ominous and undulating dark grey most of the day which matched the mysterious moonscape and was some relief from the relentless sun from the days before. Unfortunately the ipad was in the camper during the drive and could only use the small camera which needs a computer to download so no photos to show ...
On our second day we encountered a lot of rain and even some severe weather (a storm with strong winds and heavy rain--luckily we weren't camping yet). But the drive has been fairly easy so far (listening to the 19 hours of the Fellowship of the Ring audio book on the ipod), and the camper pulls without much trouble (though on the really high passes we slowed to ...
... on a parkway?
How can a slim chance and a fat chance be the same, while a wise man and a wise guy are opposites? You have to marvel at the unique lunacy of a language in which your house can burn up as it burns down, in which you fill in a form by filling it out and in which, an alarm goes off by going on.
English was invented by people, not computers, and it reflects the creativity of the human race, which, of course, is ...
We thanked our new friends, and drove 30 miles south to the lodge. We definitely weren’t prepared to shell out the cash for one of their cabins, but they kindly let us camp out between the cabins for a much-discounted price. The temperature was rapidly dropping, so we ate some dinner in the car before settling into our tent for the night.
$40 – Gas
$6 – Sandwiches
$38 – Gas
$20 - ...
... with the van"), watching movies at night in camp, our first smores experience (upmarket marshmallow toasting treats) and meeting a bunch more cool people.
Leaving the canyon on our last day, we realised with some distress that we were on the fuel light and it was a fair drive back to the nearest petrol station. By coasting down hills and driving on the lowest revs possible, we made it into town with two miles remaining on our range meter.