Black Dog Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of the area by adding icicles to all the overhangs. Eventually we had to head back and our reward was sunshine on the way back for a completely different view of the landscape.
Coming up we were one of hundreds of hikers but heading back we were almost alone on the trail. We had lunch back at the trail head just a few hours later than planned and headed into town for a cup of warm tea and some souvenir shopping. In one of the shops I found the rumoured trail badges, were you ...
... lush green bush with the occasional shady canopy to parched and charred forest following a fairly recent bushfire. It was one of those walks that was mostly very pleasant, but just a little too long. By then end of it we were more than ready to hang up the boots and pick up a beer. When we finally made it back to the car, we unpacked our Whole Foods deli picnic we grabbed earlier in Boulder and found a shady table to eat lunch, yum yum!
By this time we'd had ...
... through the little village Drake and again I felt the Indians...!! the fast flowing river ran all the way by the side of the road and the houses were isolated but so cute and varied..
after a quick stop for lunch we arrived safe and sound at the airport..Ian flew to New York and we flew to san Francisco..
what another super day and thanks Ian for arranging to meet us there it was awesome..
... see me and come out and ask me to stop standing on their property. I was careful to not step out onto areas clearly marked for their personal relaxation but still it was in the back of my mind. At one point Jenn and the guide moved up river and I saw a spot to take pics but worried it was overstepping. As I stood there debating I inched closer to the edge and grabbed a few shots and then I heard the door open. I prepared to be accosted by some ...
... but who knows? Maybe they think the Clark's Nutcracker hibernates in the winter and the chipmunk builds hay piles.
We ate dinner at a different Italian restaurant--a much more successful endeavor than last night--where we got a table outside on the deck by the river. We finally rolled into the hotel at nearly 9 p.m., 12 and a half hours after we left.
Tomorrow we'll visit a few sites in the lower elevations of the park, and ...