Anniversary Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... Happy Valentine's Day', then went exploring. It was so windy at this altitude, with snow flurries. The scenery was absolutely breathtaking. We went to the hotel's famous whiskey bar, with over 600 types of whiskey displayed on the wall behind the bartender. We each tried a whiskey, then I moved on to red wine while Justin tried more whiskey. We shared a charcuterie plate, then joined the 6pm ghost tour. The tour led us to a music hall on the ...
... a couple of hundred yards from the end of the snowbound trails I managed to get apex-over-base and slid off the trail. It all get a bit Benny Hill as the more I tried to get up the more I slide off the track until I ended up half way down the slope laughing ridiculously to myself.
After the Cub lake route I travelled up to the head of the park road to Bear Lake to do a few short trails up there. All were snowbound but it was mostly packed down so I only ...
... moving furniture so I have no clue what was going on up there. My hope was they were waking up early to enjoy the sunrise but 2 hours later they were still up there pounding about. One thing I will say about the hotel is that the staff is excellent. Very kind. I especially loved the guy at breakfast who talked to us and answered our questions. The breakfast was continental but quite good for what it was. Cereal, muffins, bagels, hard boiled eggs, ...
... include Irish dancing and bands,
but in reality I think more appropriate to call it a pan-Celtic festival with a
smattering of Welsh and Breton representation as well.
My favorite is the Highland Games, a series of strength
competitions with many of the same events you might see on a “World’s Strongest
Man” competition on ESPN. Those include the very Scottish Cabre Toss which
involves lifting and tossing what looks like a telephone ...
... One or two chipmunks in the distance. The ranger said we were too early. Not a big problem; that overlook faces east anyway, so we were looking right into the sun, and the view would be much more spectacular later in the day.
We also stopped at the Forest Valley Overlook, a place where you can walk out a few hundred yards into the tundra (on a paved path) and see the sights. The sights today included thee Yellow-Bellied Marmots showing ...