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... things as well as seeing a coyote. We began the long trip back at 2:30. We stopped in at maccas in mid arvo in a very small town that was home to the rodeo as well as calling themselves "the centre of the Wild West." Think django! We even saw some cut up dead deer as well as a beheaded and skinned elk which was just lovely! Anyway I'm in class so I better head off cos I think my teacher just realised I'm not listening. Awkward!! Ram out!! Lisa ...
... quickly vacated the old girl. We did a sunset tour of Garden of the Gods. I was honestly a little shocked about how nice it was. Normally you do not find this kind of beauty so close to civilization. There were of course a ton of people there, but that was to be expected. After that we found a restaurant called Pride of Jerusalem. Normally I would steer clear of any ethnic food in towns outside of NY and California, but something here drew us in. It was a nice ...
... the Madison campground
about 20 miles away toward the west entrance to the Park. But we were confused
with which campgrounds offered what and found that Madison, where we had stayed
during our first 2 days in Yellowstone, did not have showers and laundry.!! Oh
well… We proceeded west to depart the
Park; but before we left we stopped to have breakfast at an area next to the
Madison River. The west entrance road
... night so we slept through most of the trains. The ride down was scenic all of the way, and the heat soon dissipated to the cooler climes with a little rain. Fort Collins was a very lovely town with lots of cafes, art and even a real coffee shop. We had yummy salads for lunch served by Tiffany at the Blind Pig. The tourist information at Fort Collins was excellent and we managed to change our flights to get to San Fran earlier, unfortunately the city has a ...
... town right outside the national park that we’d put on our agenda if we can ever come back. The big old Stanley Hotel was the inspiration for Stephen King’s The Shining.
Overall, Rocky Mountain National Park was a highlight of the trip with simply the most gorgeous and vibrantly colored mountain ranges we’ve seen. It has the WOW factor!