Sandy and I unloaded the bike and parked the trailer. When I unhooked, one wheel chock slipped so I found myself holding back a ton of trailer while Sandy put down the second set of chocks. Then we carried all the bags into the room. I wondered how we ever travelled with just motorcycle luggage.
The WiFi would not connect. I spoke to the desk and she said to wait until the girl came on at 3:00 PM. We were still waiting when Sherm, Lanny and Stewey pulled in about 2:40. Their WiFi didn't work either. Soon after, a thunderstorm came over the mountain, drenched everything and then rolled on. The new desk girl called the Internet guy who came out and got things all sorted out. On line again, which is more than we got two years ago.
About 5:00, Stewey's wife May, daughter Wendy and granddaughter Tighler arrived from Peoria, Illinois. He had been out touring Colorado for a week. Talking about supper, we all paid the $1.00 to take the trolley that stops in front of our hotel. We rode it for at least five miles before getting off about three blocks from the Gold Country Inn. We had supper at Diamond Lil's, part of Kevin Costner's White Diamond Casino.
We walked around downtown for a bit and then trekked back uphill to the Inn. Lanny remembered a stuffed buffalo and we tracked it down.