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TravelPod Member ReviewsBarbara's B&B Estes Park
The cost was reasonable. Breakfast was great. The room was small, but comfortable. Barbara was entertaining and knowledgable about the area. The elk eating the neighbor's lilacs was priceless.
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... built in 1955, Colleen climbed the Iast few hundred feet top 10, 400ft. and later meet Tony below at our cabin where we enjoyed our afternoon tea, of Cherry Pie and Flan.
Then in the late arvo we went for a walk through Town which had quietened down as it had been the Labour Day long weekend. We brought back a nice Pizza from Bob & Tony's. To finish the day we had a walk up the stairs to enjoy the hot tub
... the jousting matches. I thought
jousting was just something they did for cheesy shows at Medieval Times and at
Renaissance Fares, but it’s apparently a real sport with real prize money.
Anyway, big dudes dressed in full body armor are helped onto their horses, huge
muscular Percherons rather than sleek thoroughbreds, and they charge at each
other from opposite ends of the field with long jousting poles. Sometimes they
get knocked off their horses. I ...
The day started out with a very cool start from Gunnison (Colorado); we had both had a great night's sleep and were ready for an 8am get-away. Our initial planning had us taking in a route via Altmont, then up to Cottonwood Pass (on of Colorado's highest pass at over 12,500ft) and then down into Buena Vista.....a bit more map scrutiny, some cross-checking with the weather and local Dept. of Transport, backed up by ...
YOUNG GULCH BEAT MY ASS
Unfortunately, Christy was back at school/work Monday, and Gonzo back to work. However, Ben and I decided to stay in Fort Collins for a few days so we could play during the day and visit in the evenings. And now we had a place where we could leave the pups, comfortably! We went to Young Gulch, a mountain biking/hiking trail. We were a bit na´ve to start, thinking, "It's only 5 miles up," so we ...
... will send their children to the bilingual charter school down the road if not. Tell your parents that they are NEEDED because weaker children won’t learn to read without them. US schools rely on parents for extra classroom support (reading to individual children, organizing classroom parties, making copies, helping out at various events). Parents are THE main fund-raisers (next to property taxes) – selling flower bulbs in the spring, organizing ...