Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa
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Yesterday's drive was interesting following the Colorado river up through a canyon for 100 miles before hitting the interstate I-70 to New Castle. We went through Cisco, a ghost town that died with the steam train. 18-inch pizza at New Castle and bedding down with Mormons at Econolodge. Sunday was a driving day. We crossed the Rockies over independence Pass with ...
... nights and had a very relaxing and comfy time even though the beavers had abandoned the lake in favor of one higher up in the hills. We sat on the porch and watched the lake and the hummingbirds that came to check out our travel mascot, Steve. Steve is a bright red parrot that carries a sign reading, "It's Five O'clock Somewhere."
We walked around the lake one day and the next day we took a 4WD trip back into the foothills and ...
... in El Paso, which was the last roadside hotel we stayed in; what a bargain.
Tomorrow we're off to Mt. Rushmore where we will actually be meeting Mary's cousin Nancy, daughter of her Godmother Agnes, who we saw earlier in the journey. Believe it or not Nancy is on a 3 month journey with her husband Steve and we are 100% coincidentally going to be at Mt. Rushmore at the same time they are. Wow!
That's it fore now. Stay tuned;
Angelo and Mary
... Pass. The Pass and Divide are 11,900 feet/3665 metres above sea level and are part of the Rockies.
The Continental Divide is a natural boundary line that divides the flow of water between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. It runs from northwestern Canada along the crest of the Rocky Mountains to New Mexico.
We then drove through Keystone over the Swan Mountain to Breckenridge. Breckenridge is located in north ...
... on dirt or snow – or being on drugs. From Mount Evans, the view is breathtaking. And the air is thin. There’s considerably less oxygen up here than most of us are accustomed to. About 20 percent of people will experience symptoms of altitude sickness above 8,000 feet. We are considerably higher than that. There’s a big sign near the summit of Mount Evans, warning of the risks of altitude sickness. Acute Mountain Sickness is ...