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... several visible from this pull off. Next we stopped at the Trailhead for Ute Trail and got our first glimpse of Forest Canyon. The next larger pull off was Forest Canyon and it was easy to see from here where it got its name. We were above the tree line and as you looked below you could see trees below filling the canyon.
Our next stop was at Rock Cut which is as the name implies a place where the road cuts through the rock. ...
... The last mile dropped nearly 600 feet down the side of a steep slope. Not the place to be if you have vertigo! We then drove around a bit of the Rockies. I observed that this was day sixteen without rain, and we promptly had a shower! The pine trees thought water was a good thing, and shed yellow pollen all over our black car. Mixed well with the dust! Got back to the motel and ...
In regards to the hotel/motel we are in…the beds are terrible for my back. It's a nice motel…don’t get me wrong but it has its quirks. I had a really nice bed in the Hampton Inn a few nights back and its hard to keep up with that. I think this bed was sort of hard and just difficult to sleep in…for me. I know beds are all about preference. The pillows were nice though. I thought maybe this hotel was related to the one we stayed at ...
... hike. When we started the hike we saw mules, and this was bad because the mules go relatively slow. We had to wait what seemed like 30 minutes to pass them, and even though I want to go on a mule ride I didn’t like walking behind them because I was getting the smell of fresh horse poop and I was getting dust all over me. When they finally stopped we were able to pass them and continue ...
... two in Boulder, and two in Estes Park. A whirlwind of old (but still current) friends and old haunts. My life has been blessed with so many wonderful and amazing people. I'm not the best at keeping in touch and keeping in contact, and I know that, like all humans, I can and have disappointed those who care about me, but I know that there are people from one coast of this country to the other that love me and would do anything for me.
In the spring of 2006 I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed