Rico Hotel Mountain Lodge
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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As with most of my blogs, I am going to start by apologizing. To say that I has been lax at updating this would be a huge understatement- however I have a multitude of excuses, which makes everything fine. I will not bore you with these excuses, instead I will entertain you with a fantastic joke I stole off of the internet, 'What is the hardest part of learning to ride a bike?" "The pavement."
This last month has been hard to ...
On our way south from Moab we stopped at the Kane Springs which was on the Old Spanish Trail and then Hole-N'-The-Rock, (not to be confused with Hole-in-the-Rock where the Mormon pioneers lowered their wagons down thru Glen Canyon) which was opened after WW2 as a diner and dance hall for the miners of the uranium boom. It is now a general store and gift shop plus eclectic displays of many things - some of the metal art work was quite good and clever. The ...
... machine that were connected to my belly, not to mention I had to pee every hour. But I managed to get a few hours in (and I was hoping Chip did too).
The next morning, Chip headed to work (thankfully he only had to walk down the hallway to his office) and I awaited any new news. The nurse came in to inform me that my uterus was irritable and the contractions were likely to keep a'coming (indefinitely). This is all common with ...
We're heading back up the mountain this morning because only half of us went snowmobiling, while the others went on the snow mobiles we went tobogganing and had snow ball fights, awwww I love the snow so much!!!!! Then back on the bus :( we went to monument valley and they had an Indian festival thing on that was kinda cool, but they views were amazing. We also got to go into these little hut things that the Native American Indians lived ...
... hail BOUNCING off the roof of the cars parked out front. By the time we finished it was relatively dry outside for the walk back to the train.
Kathy found a fine native jewelry boutique and she bought a lovely pair of pale turquoise ear rings. I bought a large coffee mug and Darlene bought the usual pins and refer-magnets.
The ride back should take the same 3.5 hours ...