Lone Eagle Condos at River Run Village
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- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... our journey in the surprisingly large city of Grand Junction along the red waters of the Colorado River. The city is surrounded by high reddish mesas and huge badlands. These badlands are prone to erosion, which is what caused the fateful slide from yesterday. We fit brunch and backtracked about six miles to explore Colorado National Monument, which is centered on the mesa south of the city.
Like Grand Junction, I had never heard of Colorado NM. The place was a ...
... the sun was high and it was getting hot, quite hot. There were lots of people on the path coming towards us, as we half walked half jogged down the slick rock back to the car. I love saying "hi" to them as we go past, once they have made the decision not to speak to me. You can see the confusion (by my accent) and the pain of the hot ascent on their faces.
We got back to the car, and was back in the hotel to join Lucy and Ci for breakfast. It was good to see a ...
... 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 ...
... on Pearl Street and catch some street performers. My mom, sister Olivia, and I hiked Sugar Loaf Mountain one morning to see a beautiful three hundred and sixty degree view of Colorado. Rachel and Olivia performed their recital dances for the people of Switzerland Park. Cindy Webber (Darren’s mom) came up for the recital and stayed for dinner and games. Last, but certainly not least, a black bear was caught ...