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Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... for about half a mile until we reached the river and footbridge across it. The bridge was about 20 ft. long. It seemed a little strange to see such a small river when we had seen the Colorado River in Arizona in May where it is huge. We drove to Timber Creek Campground and drove through it trying to decide where we had camped. It was so different we couldn't tell. Then we headed back to Estes Park, 40 miles back across the mountain. When ...
... I also managed to get eaten alive by killer mozzies who bit me so badly my head and both arms swelled horribly – I looked like Quasimodo!
Today was a peaceful day by comparison – a Monday in May when the weather was forecast to be wet did not seem to be appealing to too many people; as it happens it did not rain extending my ‘dry spell to just 4 days rain in 45 days away. A quick call into the visitor centre to get some advice from the as ever ...
... 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, ...
... healing and be living salve for those who have been ground to powder by the machine of denomination. Let us live lives together of living sacrifice. Let us together be salt and light. Let us love extravagantly all the time, just as our Master Jesus gave us example. To one and all I say grace and peace. I ask forgiveness for any offense and ask for understanding as I work through all that this last week has touched in my heart.
... beds... though it was not my financial investment, I think it's pretty fair to say that I single-handedly opened the Estes Park Hostel by Memorial Day Weekend of 2006.
For most of the summer I was there by myself. Terri, the owner, was occasionally in town, which I would take advantage of and head to the front range. That summer I met so many incredible people and had so many great times and laughs, shared stories and recommendations, and made what is ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed