Estes Park Bed & Breakfast
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... spent in Sedona and had a very nice campsite. We met a couple from Vegas who were in Sedona for golf. When we were both rained out on Monday we decided to play together on Tuesday. The course was beautiful and the weather better.
A local suggested we drive up the mountain to Jerome, a quaint town with everything built right on the edge!! In the early 1900's it was a booming copper mining town with hotels, bars, and brothels. Now it's home to ...
... road was closed at Rainbow Curve. The winds at that elevation were amazing, almost felt like they would blow me off the mountain. Terri and David made it into town by 5pm and we met them for dinner. The dinner was not great, but we enjoyed their company. Then went home to a roaring fire, that was too hot to stay in the living room and even had to keep the door wide open! Overall, a great ...
... the glue to stick. He also bought back two pieces of wood and a clamp to put pressure on the patch.
If you had to pick a place to have a puncture this was as good as any. There was a large pull off next to a beautiful lake with lots of sailboats.
We stopped for lunch at the local cafe and then proceeded towards Estes Park over a high pass .
Rode into Estes Park and there was a large elk by the side of the road.
... we just parked and got out of the car and listened to the bugling for a good hour. It's so funny, such a big animal and he sounds like a squealing pig. I recorded it on my phone. At one point we drove down to the end of the road and there was an outhouse and Art got out to use the bathroom (it was dark by this point) and he heard a noise that startled him. An Elk was rubbing his antlers on a tree VERY close by! It was fun ...
... large animal in sight and pulled over. In fact, there were two enormous elk--one on the hillside looking like an actual elk in the wild, and one in the parking lot of a hotel, eating the lawn. The latter had Christmas lights wrapped around one antler--the result, I imagine, with a run-in at some other lawn a few months ago. Too bad. Still, these were quite a sight--I can't remember seeing any with antlers this big.
Now we just need a moose!