Black Dog Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Black Dog Inn Estes Park
Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... old guy for a while who was pretty cool, him and his wife had quit work early and lived in their RV and worked at the camp for 4 months of the year and drove wherever the rest of the time. He said his philosophy was to be in shorts 12 months of the year. Not a bad idea.
It got dark. It got cold so I put on my 17 layers of clothes and pinned the sarong around my legs as I have no suitable long trousers and we very very uncomfortably went to ...
... Stinger. When they came upstairs to the restaurant Erin ordered stout, Larry got the Scotch Ale, and I got a Pina Colada Fruit Smoothie. We shared an order of mozarella sticks.
Then we went back to the cottage where we saw a deformed deer without one antler and with a growth on that side of his head. We were all pretty tired from the hiking and had naps. My knees were hurting a little bit. After a ...
We had great weather when we left the Des Moines, IA area on Saturday morning and drove to Estes Park, CO. But, by the time we arrived, the temperature was in the single digits. It's been frigidly cold. We went to the Rocky Mountain National park and only did one short trail to a site. Between the cold and high elevation, it was tough. The weather is supposed to be better the next few days, although the low today was -14 degs!
... 8217;s quest to learn to fly fish. I have zero interest in fishing myself but thought I would tag along to take pictures of HER doing it. It was a 4 hour excursion to a nearby river and Jenn looked quite sporting in her waders!! It was so funny to watch her and her guide in the river. I imagine it was difficult to stand in the current and even more difficult to move through it on the oddly shaped river bottom. I thought Jenn was going in a few times ...
... about the town and the national park. We had seen shuttle buses on our way in that indicated they were going to the park, and we wanted to make sure that we could access the park by car. One of the ladies in the visitors center told us that they were doing construction on Bear Lake Road and thats why there are shuttles, taking people from the visitors center in Estes Park and within the park to Bear Lake. She also told us about the different campgrounds that ...