…So fun to catch up on news from home and tales of my adventure with Keith on our drive to the Hot Springs. Feels like I have been away forever. Once we got settled in our cabin the sex was hot and sweaty. I so needed that!
The old mining town became a ghost town and eventually a Resort. There are 13 cabins and it is open year round. Very unique in that you can stay in an original cabin from the 1800’s that has been renovated with modern amenities like power and plumbing. Not a cheap stay but no question a VIP experience. The staff were incredible in ever way., Several hot springs are on the property and flow into a Bath House and a cabin with an old tub you can enjoy a hot springs bath.
A Romantic Sleigh Ride as the sun set and dinner in the Old Farm House. A beautiful evening by candlelight. After dinner went to the Bath House and enjoyed the relaxing hot spring waters. You have no idea how good I slept. Sex, Sleigh Ride, Hot Springs. It does not get any better.
Breakfast & Tour Wednesday morning. Loved seeing the cabins. At least the ones we were able to see. An immersion in history as our guide had some incredible stories about every building and cabin. In the Summer months there is a River Camp open as well. During both the Summer and Winter seasons there is a wide range of free and paid experiences. For our afternoon we narrowed down our choice between ice climbing and dog sledding. The dogs won out! You can really get going fast on those sleds. They were a lot of fun and you can pay them in treats 😂.
Breakfast & Spa Experience Thursday morning. Keith went out on the snowmobiles to sightsee with a few of the staff and I stayed behind for a massage. Work. Keith gets to go play and I sacrifice. 😇 Mineral Salt Stone Massage was how I spent my 75 minutes. Spent 20 minutes in the hot spring pool prior and OMG I feel great.
The Chef made these 5 cheese grilled cheese sandwiches for lunch. Yummy. I like to dip mine in ketchup. Not sure why everyone was grossed out?! 😂 Anyway said our goodbyes and on the road for Telluride. I don’t have any thoughts to share just a grateful heart for Keith. Time could have stopped here and I would have welcomed it. I will check in on Sunday…