C Lazy U Ranch
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... out of their cars so I did too. I took some pictures of the hills and waited. Finally, we were let through. Another long drive through rubble and debris and I was clear of the roadwork.
As I got closer I could see magnificent mountains looming all around me, their peaks rocky and white with snow. Clouds loomed at those peaks but the rest of the countryside was bathed in warm sunlight. I entered the park and had to stop to decide my destination. The map I ...
... 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 ...
... Dad even thought it was fun. His first (and only) experience riding horse was as a kid with Sugar the pony. It brought back memories of the poem that he made several years back - "Sugar was a pony that wasn't very sweet, in fact she was the meanest thing you'd ever want to meet..." Needless to say his prior memories were not very pleasant.
When we got back to the campground Dad, Maddie, and Jared went to look for the horseshoe. Jared was determined ...
... 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 ...
... Oh yeah, I’d LOVE to see what his living environment is like! They didn’t even tell him that it was an elk and not a deer. Jeez.
So, we drove to our campsite and had dinner. It was egg with tomato and spinach wrapped in a tortilla. We then went to a ranger program about beetles. It was like a musical. The people in it were kind of cheesy. No offense rangers. But ...