C Lazy U Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... trail heads were appearing on the side of the road. It was too tempting not to stop. I get out of the car and follow the trail. It leads down to a creek that's cut it's way through the snow covered countryside. Despite the presence of snow, It was still fairly warm. I did put on my hoodie but it wasn't really required. As I walked the trail, the visible track turned to just a walk across the snow. The track was visible from the footprints and the dirt left by those shoes, ...
... mobile homes. Even the businesses appear temporary. Others are seemingly abandoned with the buildings in various states of repair/collapse. Once we were notified that the next services would be in 57 miles. After passing through a lovely canyon with a train track for company, we arrived in Steamboat Springs to discover Larry finishing lunch in a sidewalk café. We walked a few blocks of the main street with Larry and ...
... at Hidden Valley for another program. This one was for children and was called Artist for a Day. The kids all painted a picture of something they had seen in the park and they all created beautiful masterpieces.
We took a short hike in Hidden Valley and picked out a shady picnic spot. We enjoyed a quiet picnic lunch among the pines. We spent time at Sheep Lake where we learned all about Bighorn Sheep. We kept watching the mountain side to see ...
... at, and explore on foot. The first part of the drive was through a low-lying (well relative to the rest of the park it was low-lying) valley before we turned and started climbing sharply into the higher elevations of the park. We stopped halfway up and went for a short walk around a small alpine lake. This was certainly an enjoyable walk but we were all dismayed at the effect that the elevation of 10,000 feet plus (nearly two miles above sea level) had on our ability to take ...
... with the snow. Whenever I tried to shove down with my right leg the snow gave in even more and I sank more. I had a millisecond freakout, but quickly got myself together, looked around and saw some nearby tree branches hanging down. I gripped the branches and easily pulled myself out. I had another good laugh and started walking again.
It wasn't too long before I was in the same situation in a different spot. This time it was more painful as I landed hard ...