Coyote Ridge Bed and Breakfast
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... the cowboy breakfast—pancakes to order (buttermilk or honey wheat with fillings including blueberries, pecans, chocolate chips, M & M's and on and on) plus sausage. Yee Haw!
For a taste of local color, we headed to the High Country Stampede in Fraser which is about a 30-minute drive from Grand Lake. The opening ceremonies at local rodeos always move me, and this was no exception. Each event, with the exception ...
... was only a few miles away. We cooked some sausages and had sandwiches and chips, a meal with little clean-up! It was cold again, so we decided to call it a night and get into our warm sleeping bags.
Driving on the scenic road out of Moab seeing the beautiful red rocks
Seeing our first moose
Driving on Trail Ridge Road
Getting set up before ...
... National Parks service in 1972. Ten dollars paid in 1916, sold for 1.8 million in 1972. Nice little earner! This was just about the first dude ranch, and was called the Never Summer Ranch, where city dwellers paid two dollars a night to stay. On the walk back to the car we saw two bull moose! We'd given up on seeing moose, so this was a lovely surprise. And then on the drive to see Adams falls, we saw two more much closer. And then, lo and behold, a mother and ...
After three years of treating the RV as a summer house, we hitched it to the truck and went down the road! It was sad to say goodbye to friends, familiar sites, and the comforts of a known situation, but it was so exciting to think . . . . I'm not going home . . . . for a couple of months anyhow.
Oh the things you will see . . . . ...
... the tree line. These were much bigger animals than the elk that we encountered at Yellowstone. Perhaps their diet was more nutritious than the leftover tuna sandwiches that the Yellowstone elk were being fed by drive by tourists. Shortly after setting up camp we began to see other reverent campers quietly pointing toward the western sky. For a solid 10 minutes as the sun set we were treated to the most ...