- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... esque dinner. We stayed up til 1am finishing the second book of Harry Potter. The next morning, we parted ways. Powerstoke got to meet up with a good friend Selah and enjoy the sites of Denver. Turbo Diesel (planning to wake up early, but after the late-night reading sesh, slept til a more reasonable hour) continued south to Colorado Springs.
In Colorado Springs, Turbo Diesel stayed with her dear friend Kathryn and met up with ...
... avoided every patch.
Every afternoon ended in great thunderstorms, and it rained all night one night. I was so glad to be in the RV and not in a tent. Because of the rains, I decided to head out early on the third day for a long loop walk along Wellington Ditch Trail to the Montville Nature Trail to the Visitor Center; from the Visitor Center along Sand Sheet Trail to the Dune Trail and then back to the campground. ...
... the sanctuary brought in tourism to the town.
Gwen and Richard live about 30 minutes from town at the base of Dora Mountain. Although they drive to Canon City and Pueblo for services, they do not seem to mind. I can see why. Their drives take them through beautiful scenery and they come back to their sanctuary above the valley.
My space at the Grape Creek RV Park excellent. I had a stunning view of ...
... we were back in the RV and driving to our next stop; Windows. As soon as we arrived we were troubled by the many tourist busses parked. We ended up grabbing a spot close to another trail to Double Arches. Although we alerted so close to the other trail we headed up to Windows first. Quinn was so exited to get up to the rock arch that he ran up the trail to the first arch full of tourist from what it seemed every country. ...
... Nutella, egg salad, and chicken sandwiches. On the drive over to Moab, we climbed up to a small arch. Fiona and Quinn had a great time trying to explain how the arch was made. "Maybe a plane flew through it!" or, "A big earth worm ate it!" Liam and I laughed at the ideas, then started to make our way back down. I was worried that Fiona or Quinn would fall on the rock a get a scrapped up face. Just to make sure this didn't happen, ...