BEST WESTERN PLUS Crossroads Inn & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Today was a jammed packed one. We woke up and got on the road around 8:30 with a somewhat rainy start. We didn't stop anywhere for Roadside America because it was a long drive and we wanted to get to Colorado. Once we switched to mountain time a large fog set over us. It was so thick that water was appearing on our windshield as if it was raining. It continued that way for probably 100 miles. When we hit Aurora, CO we were both a little ...
... lost for only a short time made it to our condo at the Kahana Beach Vacation Club in Lahaina in less than an hour. When we checked in I asked if we would be able to see the ocean. Here is the view from our balcony!! Whoopee!! Our condo is a studio with, get this, a Murphy bed! The kitchen is minuscule with a two-burner cook top and teensy sink. It is perfect. :-) Though we are exhausted we head out to the grocery store for provisions like wine, beer, and microwave popcorn along ...
... Springs we came to scenic Lake Granby, the result of damming up the Colorado River. Upriver where the Colorado is a stream again is the swampy K section of Rocky Mountain National Park. Here we have found moose in the past and my main goal of the day was to see another moose. In the park I accomplished this at a short hiking trail around the young Colorado River. A cow moose was grazing about 50 yards from the trailhead in the river. Ana was particularly crabby on this ...
... at the ever popular Village Inn for an early dinner. Trail Ridge Road is the highest continuous, paved road in the United States, topping out above tree line at 12,183 feet (3713 m). It crosses the Continental Divide, the east side of which all water runs east, and on the west side all water runs west. The views are stunning. On the way I got a quick view of one of my favorite animals, a moose.
After dinner we all continued west to the put-in of ...
So after the madness of Red Rocks, we headed for Boulder, home to athletes, triathletes, iron-people and general all round fitness freaks. Feeling slightly better that I had already run that morning, we headed into town. A lovely University town, with pretty streets not designed for a 28ft beast....! Managed to convince the liquor store people (for the mere price of six beers and a case of wine) that ...