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... stories of our respective runs as we walk towards the Rodeo the smile still present on my face. Back to the hotel a little sleep then a movie in town. We see Maleficent, which is very good, and we end our day in Estes and the last major milestone of our trip.
I'll end the blog here as our trip home is un-eventful. The trip has been (was) amazing, memories that will last a lifetime.
End day eleven.
... Emerald Lake was out of the question. Construction on Bear Lake Road resulted in car access only before 9am. We drove to Bear Lake,but I was feeling some shortness of breath from the high altitude. Luckily it subsided by the time we started our hike. Getting out of our car was quite a feat considering the 30-50 mph winds! The ranger warned us off some trails due to snow and wind, so we ...
... enough. If you are in Estes Park and need an Urgent Care facility do go to Timberline Medical on Stanley Avenue.
I then went to Rocky Mountain Pharmacy right nearby (near the safeway). It cracked me up that it was a Pharmacy and Liquor store. If your drugs don’t stop the pain the alcohol will!! So I made sure to get some Angry Orchard cider with my steroids and other drugs so I suspect that tonight I just MIGHT see a ghost!!
... the hotel was abuzz. In fact, Toby was somewhat of a legend in town - something about a leopard print outfit and a strip show? Tobes? As we left, I believe Kiwi Wally may even has shed a few tears as he recounted stories of the good ole days when Toby, Charlie, Fraser and the other Aussie blokes ruled the town.
After a hearty lunch at the Red Onion we took the gondola up to the top of the ski slopes. Ben, having remarked earlier that ...
... this natural sculpture. Due to the melting process, they were coming out of the ice, as if the ice was a curtain opening up at the theater when a play is about to begin.
From there we went to Nymph Lake. Although it is just 0.6 miles away from Bear Lake, the snow and icy path slow you down. It feels like you walk much more then that. I was even starting to ask if we had missed the lake or taken the wrong track when i saw it from a distance.