- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... about to pour down rain any minute. We just trekked back to the one stop we knew and didn't beat the rain. We finally got on the shuttle with all the other soaking wet people and went back to KOA. When the rain stopped, we grilled out in front of our cabin and toasted some marshmallows. It was also freezing cold outside by now. Our KOA was right by Lake Estes and they do a big fireworks show over the lake. We ...
Our original plans Tuesday morning were to get up and head to Moab, Utah. But with the slight problem of Ol Bess (what we decided to call the little red Corolla) deciding to die at the most in-opportune times, we decided to hunt down a local mechanic and beg for help. I couldn't fathom trying to re-trace our route with no place to pull off if Ol Bess chose a blind curve to die on.
We found a great mechanic who ran his ...
... remember my little trip to the Banff ER!) I also broke out in Costa Rica but it was much milder and more tolerable. So I am apparently allergic to something but have no clue what and it always happens when I am hiking in high elevations. It is most definitely allergic and not traditional poison ivy etc. The histamine response is so strong now that I can hardly breathe through my nose and chest is getting tight. The hives are everywhere and ...
... had the car all packed up for us), to get her a "Utah Rocks!" shirt just like mom's. When we got there we talked Tom into getting one too (in blue rather than yellow), and then realized Leah was the only one left out, so we got her one too. We were now all set for a Utah family photo shoot!
We left the Moab area, and rather than take the usual route (up Hwy 191) up to I-70, we took 128, the scenic byway. It followed the ...
We stayed at the KOA and shared the campground with a handful of campers, some permanent, and a gaggle of geese. It would be quite a great place in the summer, but it was nice and quiet. Took a little walk around the pond. We drove around the town even though there was a lot of road work going on. You know, typical college town in a beautiful setting.