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- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... br> After finishing brunch at the Desert Sage Restaurant, I visited with a "local." He and his wife were originally from Minnesota and then lived in D.C. They now call Crestone home in the summer and Hawaii home in the winter. There appear to be many seasonal homes in the area. There are also quite a few homes built with “alternative” materials such as hay bales. “For Sale” signs were plentiful.
... 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 ...
... walking but not as steep as the one at the top. We got back to the car about 11:30.
We weren't ready to eat just yet so we decided to drive back the Medano (med-in-NO) Primitive Road. It was gravel and sand with just enough room for one car with several wider places where cars could pass each other. We had the mountains on our right and the dunes on our left. We met a young lady with a jeep who advised us no to ...
... from the pass the temperature went back up to 82. We drove through Fort Garland and Blanca and then came to Rt. 150 which headed north to Great Sand Dunes National Park.
We could see the dunes in front of the mountains from many miles away. We passed the road to Zapata Falls which we hope to visit. When we got close enough we stopped to take a picture. We stopped to take another picture at the entrance ...
... both of their hands while we all traversed down the sandstone. An extra 30 minutes to Moab because of a fix up in the road, had Liam and Quinn fast asleep by the time that we rolled into my new favorite town. The pure beauty of this town made me fall in love. Sandstone monuments surrounded the little town. The contrast between vibrant orange rocks and a deep, clean, blue ski truly made me want to come back to backpack, do some ...