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Tuesday we woke to a nice cool morning. We checked out of the Coyote Lodge and found a nice laundry facility. They even offered showers for $6 if we were campers that would have been the place to smell good again. Then we made our way to the Rocky Mountain Park. The scenery was absolutely breath taking with a new surprise around every switchback in the road. Temperature dropped as we climbed higher which felt ...
... Back hoes were even down in the river trying to remove rocks that had moved there with the water that washed this place out. The river now was not much more then a running stream. We finally cleared the roadworks a I continued my journey. There was evidence of this flood everywhere. Houses on the river had their bottom floors stripped and barns and sheds had their timbers washed away. Eventually we stopped again. More roadworks. This wait was like 40 minutes. Everyone ...
... Todd to climb (I think he was really scoping out places to push me off a cliff!). From these high vantage places the views are incredible, as you can see vistas for miles and miles -from deep in the valleys to distant snow-covered mountain ridges.
One last activity in the park -- another batch of snow cream, this time made with Rocky Mountain snow!
... in around 2pm, but we decided to take a chance with it because Maddie was so excited. We just hung around the campsite in the morning having some eggs and leftover sausage for breakfast. The kids had fun exploring the campground and climbing on the rocks. It was a really nice time to relax a little and just let the kids play. We did play another round of Memory, this time with Maddie being the winner and Mom being tied with Jared for a close second. ...
Today we stayed at home while Dad went mountain biking - he fell off and hurt his arm.
Later on we went shopping at Colorado Mills in Denver (factory outlets -JB) and got some stuff.
We then went out for Japanese for dinner and said goodbye to Nigel, Pam and David.
We went to our hotel in Denver for the night.
(No pictures today - JB)
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687 Grand County Rd 517, Fraser | 3 star b&bfrom $105