Coulter Lake Guest Ranch
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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Rifle
... a great rider who knew the roads. We saw a huge bear in the fields but headed up further. At the last right we stopped & all got to know each other, Anna & Brent were away for a weekend from home, although Anna was originally from Nottingham, not that you'd think it now. They invited us to join them for lunch in Aspen, past our destination but we decided it was time to be a dumb & dumber with no suitcase! We had one of the ...
... We spend the days here taking the cats for walks and knitting or reading or trying to capture the elusive bluebird in a photo. I did get the little varmint though. (Check out the pictures below) Yeah, we like this retirement thing.
Once again we have the camp fires at night or play cards. It is nice when these parks are far from civilization because the night skies are just filled with stars.
I would like to mention that we have ...
... 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 ...
... move. He sat that in trance for another 10 minutes as the cold rain pounded on his head. For those of you who know Colby, you know that he has exactly zero percent body fat. His lips turn purple in our swimming pool when it is below 82 degrees. The fact that he was not shivering was amazing. What happened next was even more amazing. After finishing his meditation, he walked into the RV from the cold rain and he was dry! Hunter freaked out. ...
At Rifle we exit onto SR 6 for a very short stretch. Interestingly, this is the same SR 6 that crosses the entire USA from East to West coast, including the norther tier of Pennsylvania, which I have ridden with my youngest son, Corey.
We stop at ...