Mount Elbert Lodge
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... Indeed, it was as good as it looked. We speculated on the rescue of bicycling guests of the hotel, from having to ride back, by the attractive hotel Yukon XL parked out front with the eight-place bike rack. We made plans for tomorrow’s visit to Black Canyon on the Gunnison National Park and transit to Montrose. It was a relaxing, enjoyable end to the day.
After a short tour of downtown we returned to our abodes for the ...
... Tavern is equipped for this happenstance. Though the ride back is uphill, it is gradual most of the way and not a big problem.
We all soaked in hot water and if felt good. Darlene and I returned to Basalt and Larry and Kathy visited a store for supper supplies. Larry roasted steaks and made rice while Kathy prepared a delicious salad. We reviewed photos from the past couple days then retired to our accommodations for the ...
We arrived at Idaho Springs after a short stint on the interstate and enjoyed a simple breakfast of easy over (real) eggs. All other eggs dishes are made from a powder egg mixture.
The journey up Mt Evans (14,200 ft) was great, thanks Jon for the info, we left when the hordes were arriving. No guard rails on the roads seemed a bit freaky for Tony, but Colleen preferred it for taking photos. It was very ...
Today's trip to us out to Aspen Ski areas. I say areas because Aspen is the location of several different ski slopes...I didn't realize that. The area reeks of money. Even the kids soccer fields are artificial turf. Not going to say too much, because we are at Mickey D's to do this blog. The pictures start out with a couple before Aspen. Then a few of Aspen. And then it is uphill from 8,000 feet to 12,000 feet to ...
... Boulder has a fantastic atmosphere: in the space of five minutes we’d watched a bassoon quartet (of all things), given a wide berth to a voodoo pirate playing the bongos, and been invited by an excited man to look directly at the sun through a telescope: I was dubious, but you could just make out the flames flickering around its edges. Boulder’s final selling point for me was ...
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed