Expedition Station at River Run
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... the coffee shop being pretty unique too. We had lunch at the coffee shop called 'Sticky Fingers Cafe' and it was so tasty!!
Darren had a coffee with a BBQ pulled pork sandwich on a pretzel bun.
I had a warm apple cider (cider isn't always alcoholic over here...it's just more of a spiced warm apple drink) and a salad with spinach, mandarin orange, cranberries, chicken, almonds, feta and a raspberry dressing. We resisted all of the yummy ...
... easy reach.
But let's get back to the Aspen trees, I adore them for the colour of their barks blue silvery and their amazing golden leaves which generally abandoned the branches at the gentle swirl of the colorado wind.
A man is responsible for my addiction for the rockies and the Aspen trees, his name is Ansel Adams and you all know some of his iconic pictures of the American national parks. He was born at the start ...
... and enjoyed so much the fragility and tenacity of these tiny wonders thinking that they spend much of the winters under snow and freezing temperatures to bloom with majesty in the spring and summer. A lesson to learn I assume from mother nature,
Hope you will enjoyed, we did.
Ps do not ask me any name, i am useless but you can go to Plantsnapp to get ...
To walk to the restaurant we go past the main activities area of the resort - which includes games rooms, pool tables, lounge/library, swimming pool which is internal but flows outside to a deck with steaming hot tubs, which tonight were being gently snowed on. Everytime we have walked past there have been kids playing in the pool with a bunch of adults sitting in poolside loungers silently typing stuff into their smart phones. How times have changed.
... cough, but nowhere near as much, and only when it is cold or when I physically exert myself, such as by hiking at altitude. It has been warm here lately for the most part. I am getting more used to the altitude. The cabin where I am staying is 8500 feet above sea level. The air up here is good. That is probably helping a lot. I suspect the pollution and dirt are clearing out of my lungs more and more each day. I am also feeling ...