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... a huge slide and basket ball hoops. Lots of fun stuff that ended up making me want to swim too. I figured seeing as there was no one else in the pool room with us I might as well. I went into the change room to change, was almost finished when the door swung open and man stuck was about to walk in, I dont know who was more embarrassed me or him. I got over ...
... steaming hot-from-the-oven chocolate chip cookies, just for us. All we could do was look at each other and smile as we took a bite into heaven. We then headed off to explore the town some more, wandering in and out of all the shops. It was pure ecstasy to feel the sun on our backs and look up to see the mountains in front of us.
On our drive home we didn't turn on the radio the entire way, ...
'Aspen' (city) is situated in a remote area of the Rocky Mountain's Sawatch Range and Elk Mountains along the Roaring Fork River at an elevation just below 8,000 feet (2,400 m) above sea level on the Western Slope, 11 miles (18 km) west of the Continental Divide. As a result of an influx of wealth, (musicians and movie stars have been joined by corporate executives), Aspen boasts the most expensive real estate prices in the United States.
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This past weekend, we had the most enjoyable and relaxing weekend in Snowmass, CO. It was the annual Hot Air Balloon Festival and Pamela and Roy had asked us to join them at their hotel. We are IN! We stayed at the beautiful Viceroy Hotel and had the most gorgeous view of Snowmass Village. We arrived in Snowmass late Friday night- just in time for some happy hour drinks with Gary and Olga in the ...
... beautiful views of the canyon.
Once we got through Grand Canyon Park however, we went through nearly 350 miles of 2 lane highway, passing through the Navajo Reservation and the Apache Reservation. Now I could probably write book on why we didn't see anything for these 350 miles save roadside "Native American Art Stands" and I might, but for now let me say it was desolate in the extreme.
Then came Utah, which I didn't think was ...