Eagle Cliff Bed and Breakfast
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... park, and attempted to buy t-shirts, but they were out of inventory at this particular location.
Rock Mountain National Park is really just a ride through park. There are a number of hiking trails, but they are all very long, all day affairs. For the casual tourist like us, it is really about the scenic overlooks, and the fact that the Trail Ridge Road reaches 12,183 ft at its highest point. We entered ...
... to have fun on a road trip!
Note: Video of downpour while we were hiding under the bridge in the parking lot will not upload on signal strength in hotel. I will upload when I get home on Saturday; be sure to check back for amazing sights!
CORRECTION: That blue bird is NOT an Indigo Bunting; it's a Mountain Bluebird. I worked that out from listening to a ranger, but then I forgot to fix the photo caption. Tim reminded me!
... the 10 Km mark the first of two major hills (two laps of a portion of the course) begins. I pass the 15 Km mental check point and I am still feeling good. Pace again has been a little faster and I slow myself purposefully determining I will go to the 20 Km mark then take a break.
20 Km rolls past, with no problems. I passed Les at about the 16 Km mark he looked good and was in good spirits, I never even noticed him as I ...
... thinking about making it an annual theme! GO WEST!!!!!! -Anthony P.S. We will be traveling for the next 2 days, with a 2 hour time change, 23 hours and 1,400 miles till we arrive in Chagrin Falls, OH. We have driven 1,800 miles in the suburban, and we've biked and hiked between 20-25 miles, and we've driven 6,300 miles so far in the Coach. FOR A GRAND TOTAL OF 8,125 miles in 5.5 ...
... evening in the quaint town of Estes Park. A nice hot Mocha from Long's peak coffee and paper house and McDonald’s book house was a relaxing way to spend the evening. Once it was dark, I drove back into the park for a different type of activity! I was going to listen to the Elks in the dark. It was magical to listen to these beasts communicating. It was perfect setting with slight rain, temperature in the high teens and the Elks making elky ...