Trail Riders Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTrail Riders Motel Granby
I was greeted by Joe and once I told him my name he remembered I was the cyclist that talked to his wife. He is very accomodating and friendly, told us about the ice, and morning bagels, fruits etc. Clean, and very comfortable for the 3 of us, we liked that it had a seperate bedroom....and was very cozy.
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... Mountain National Park, the jewel in the crown of our (Kathy and Larry’s) entire road trip.
The compression brake on our diesel truck pulling the trailer, brand name PacBrake, worked beautifully on our descent from the passes and I seldom needed to use the brakes for turns. We found the World Mark timeshare where Larry and Kathy were staying and discussed our plans for our stay in Granby. The four of us had ...
... it, and he did, so now he has a fun souvenir from horseback riding. Dawson and I checked out the tent to see if everything was dry, and amazingly nothing was wet at all! It had rained a lot, so we were thankful to have dry sleeping bags. We made hobo packs for supper and got a good fire going. There was a ranger program around 8:30, and we were planning to go, but the fire was so nice that I didn’t want to. Maddie was disappointed though, so Bryan ...
... and talk about family, as is often the way when relatives get together. The kids were super well-behaved once more although this was probably helped by them assembling on the dinner table, the lego that they had bought earlier. Too soon we had to say goodbye to Stefanie, albeit with promises to meet up in New York later in the year and wind our way 90 minutes through the mountains and back to our campsite just North of Granby. We all collapsed into the tent and promptly fell asleep. ...
... across the lake so we pulled out our fleece jackets. We snapped a couple pictures of Bear Lake, hit the restrooms, and then started our journey to Emerald Lake. The entire hike was all up hill as we gained about 800 ft in elevation. The first lake we came too was Nymph Lake which was beautiful. Then we continued our journey up and through some snow to Dream Lake, about a mile up. Then we continued the next 0.7 miles up to Emerald Lake walking through more snow and ...
... wait! Look at that hawk flying around! Try to wait until he hovers into the shot!" So, I was able to enjoy myself without worrying about photos, meanwhile, “Cameras’” by Matt and Kim played over and over in my head…
“No time for cameras,
we’ll use our eyes instead!
No time for cameras,
we’ll be gone when we’re dead.
No time for cameras,
we’ll use ...