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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Hot tub
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... that I have going. So I walk for a one minute break and then continue.The walk breaks deteriorate a little as they normally do, but I feel great and many I do out of a sense of insurance. I smile to myself as I descend the hill with the Rockies cradling the town of Estes, all runs should be so scenic.I re-enter town and now the finish is just a few kilometers ahead of me, deep breath, dig in a bit.
Before I know it I am ...
... and so we can easily heat up anything easily. We will stop at a grocery store soon and restock sandwich supplies for lunches, and breakfast is usually microwaved oatmeal or grits with fruit (bananas and apples can be purchased at mostly any gas station now). Bottom line - I haven't figured out how to meal plan at home and I can promise you it's not happening out here. This trip isn't even close to being a gastronomic tour, and thankfully we are on the same page when it comes to ...
... wild dogs ripping off her face and arm. He performed over 100 amputations with a tree saw and NO anesthetic except ketamine (an animal tranquilizer or more commonly known as a date rape drug). He showed me photos of people with maggots in their wounds and burns. They had no lights and worked in the dark in a building that was the only building still standing but barely…cracked and damaged they worked for hours with no real medical tools. He ...
... Lake picked you up. We waited about 15 minutes for the shuttle, and then climbed on. The bus was completely full and we decided that we would stand. Then driver told us it would take about 40 minutes to go from the visitors center to the final stop at Bear Lake - wow. The bus made its way down the gravel road that had been torn up, and we finally made to the last stop. We decided to walk up to Bear Lake before we started our hike to Dream and Emerald Lakes. The wind ...
... destination: Bear Lake. This time we paid better attention and didn't miss the turn. After a few minutes we've reached our destination, parked the car and looked for the trail. The trail was very icy.
The Bear Lake is a few steps away from the parking lot. Although the water was still frozen, we've been asked not to walk on the ice. The melting process has already started and it was pretty thin. We went around the lake. Several benches on the ...