This is an old post card featuring the Circle B Motel.
Peak to Peak Lodge ahead of time. The reviews on this motel were positive and let me know exactly what to expect. It was built, I believe, in the 70's. Including tax, it cost us $173 for two nights. We were fortunate once again to have a spotless, nice-smelling place to stay. We would probably stay there again if we were in that area. You notice I always mention the smell of the motel. If you have been in very many motels, perhaps you've had this experience: You walk in to inspect the room (yes, we have learned to look at the room before we take it) and there's a pleasant smell about the place. You pay for the room and move your stuff in, and within an hour the place smells musty, with a faint odor of cigarette smoke even though it's a non-smoking room. So it's a pleasant surprise when the room stays odor-free for a two-day stay.
Safari Motel. The above picture shows our room, 103. This place had flowers planted everywhere, and I loved having hollyhocks right outside our door. With tax, and after our AAA discount, this room was $67. There was a cheaper one up the road, but I don't think it would have been as clean as this one.
Yes, our motel experiences on this trip were fantastic.