Lone Eagle Condos at River Run Village
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... skiiers and boarders making their way up the mountain but not nearly the crowds we were expecting. It was an awesome day, the sun was out and the mountain looked just magic! Spent our time in the village wondering around the few stores that were open, organised ski gear, lift tickets and some lessons for tomorrow. Also got some supplies for the apartment, it's so great to be able to cook a meal and not eat takeaway food. With all the snow around we just had to go ...
... bones. Funny. They're not here anymore. They took the bones to Chicago's Field Museum.
From here we zoomed past the cities of Fruita and Grand Junction, right by the vineyards of Pallisadez, and right by the mudslide area, which shut down the road last night. We followed the red waters if the Colorado up its course.
Soon we were in Glenwood Canyon, one the Interstate system's greatest stretches of road. It is a maze of public access sites, ...
... the other hotel guests looking at me in confusion, sweaty, hair all over the place and unshaved as I ate my last hotel breakfast of this holiday.
Now back to Luce.....
Ci and I had had a lovely lay in, and got up to eat breakfast. We were nearing the end of our food when the rest of our sweaty family returned. It was then time for something I'd been looking forward to.....time in an outside pool, in the sun, yay!
I was joined by Ci, and then ...
... be good seeing as we’re right next to it. I know of Pike’s Peak from the famous hill climb that’s held there so I was up for it seeing as I was driving....unfortunately I’m not in a rally car but even with that I wouldn’t threaten the current record!!
So from the park we make our way to Pikes Peak via GPS direction and from the road signs it would seem that the North Pole is also the same direction as Pikes Peak. On arriving to the ...
... Park while we were there. The Department of Wildlife set up a trap for the bear since it had entered someone’s cabin twice for food. This was quite the excitement for the park. Overall, we had a wonderful time playing games, cooking, hiking, and lots and lots of laughing. Thank you Mom, Erika, Rachel and Olivia for coming out to Colorado to visit. Thanks to Cindy for making it possible to stay at the cabin. ...