Coulter Lake Guest Ranch
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... down, but I did not really consider that an option. A small rainstorm blew in at one point and we decided to ride the slide one more time before heading home. Guess what folks…The already stupid fast alpine slide was now even faster due to the lubrication and the option to use breaks seemed to have been removed. My God! This ride now took a turn into the absurd. I am petty sure that I broke several ribs and ruptured my spleen strictly from the G ...
... not hit the broad side of a barn without my reading glasses. The sights were a complete blur to me. Becoming an old **** sucks! Hunter and Colby were safe and responsible shooters and that is all I could have hoped for. The fact that they were good at it was only icing on the cake. They seemed to really enjoy it too.
After returning to camp I continued to smoke the brisket into the early evening before preparing our Independence ...
... station for our liquid replenishment ritual (gas for the motorcycles and sports drink or water for ourselves) and, then, we proceed north on Rt. 13. There is nothing particularly interesting about Rt. 13; just miles and miles of open spaces and WIND.
... provided more dramatic scenery than the drive in from Denver. The sheer scale and size of the mountains reminded us of the Canadian Rockies. It's almost hard to drive and look at the same time. There are also a lo of pot holes everywhere! We passed through many ski towns including Vail, all like ghost towns now as the snow melts.
On the way to Glenwood Springs we drove through some very small towns that look like they have just stepped out of ...
Bob's 60th Birthyear celebration continues. February 2nd & 3rd we took the Amtrak California Zephyr from Denver to Glenwood Springs and back. It has been something we have talked about for a long time and finally got to do. The train travels through areas that are not accessible by car. It winds its way up to the Continental Divide, through the Moffat Tunnel, ...