Joyful Journey Hot Springs Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... in the depths of fall with aspens all aglow in yellow.
Cruising into Fort Collins, we beelined it to the New Belgium Brewery where we got a free tour with a salty dog that kept calling us Oregon as if that was both of our first names. In the midst of the Tour, Powerstroke leaned over to Turbo Diesel and said, "see, anyone can start a brewery... I'm telling you..." Who knows, maybe we'll turn out some impressive IPAs, ...
... Aspen Alley day - not a good sign). Here, with about 12 miles of climbing left, and the storm unabated, we looked at the map and saw a campground about three miles away. We were wet, cold and tired from yesterday's horror show of a day, so decided it would be best to sit this storm out and start afresh early tomorrow with hopefully better weather. With this plan agreed upon, we set out. But after climbing for three miles,we realised the climb really wasn't that bad, ...
... in one of the barns for $25 with use of the ranch kitchen and one of the bedroom showers. Matt was a little annoyed by the price until we opened the door to the ranch. It's a $4.5 million dollar property and we were the only two people rattling around inside! We're currently in the lounge area, just preparing ourselves for the move from mahogany table to barn floor. We walked over to the barn expecting horse manure, straw and animals. Instead it had been converted for use as ...
... and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The owners Mark and Sandy live on the property and are always making sure things are well maintained. They have owned the park for about five years. Prior to that, they owned the grocery store in Telluride and then were missionaries in the Yucatan for seven years.
"American Cowboy" was right.
I plan to return to Westcliffe in the next few years and stay much longer.
... is my first crash on my bike ever. I'm lucky there wasn't a car driving in my lane at that moment. Sidenote: I love how cars and motorcycles will yell out encouragement to me. That can help so much! It got cold and hot and sprinkled while it was sunny. Wind gusts threatened to push me off the road. I was so happy when I got to the top. A couple other touring cyclists were stopped at the top going the opposite way. A man came up as I was ...