Twin Lakes Roadhouse Lodge
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... a really nice little place called Aspen Over Easy. They did breakfast along with normal lunch. The food was so good and we are already planning on revisiting here when we hopefully go back for the X-Games in January.
After a little walk around Aspen we headed back home which took just under 2 hours.
We were pretty full so the evening consisted of relaxing, cuddles and ...
... RV, and cleaned our hands with Goo-Gone and several washings with hot soapy water. We walked back out and found that, we could harvest a lot of nuts on the ground without the resulting pitch.
Now we have to figure out the best way to crack open the nuts to get the little edible seeds out.
We awoke to beautiful alpenglow on the hight 14,000+ foot peaks in front of us. now heading south.
... so not always to the professional level expected but here we go. I am doing another set on old BW roll so we will see what is coming from this. I will try in the next few days to answer to them properly if I found the time, promise.
Well please keep your comments rolling on, it is great and I hope that the travel pod will inspire you all to get on the road.
Big kisses from me and Pickles
Aspen reminded me a bit of Banff, cute little ski/snowboard town with lots of hikes in the summer.
Unfortunately, I did not realize how high up Aspen is (2400m above sea level) and once we started our hike at Maroon Bells, I felt quite dizzy and tired. Turns out I must have had some sort of altitude sickness at 3000m above sea level... That happened on our hike in Santa Fe as well.. well, now I know :)
I recovered quickly and finished the hike at least...
... that was hid away at the base of a mountain range...I could hardly remember the entrance from my time here many years ago, but it was night and day with snow cover back in the late 70's...We accidently ran into the School Director, Vic from Scotland...I'm sure here name was Vicky...Welcomed us with open arms and provided a full tour of the school and talked briefly about the mission and activities...It appeared that she was recruiting the girls ...