Ski Tip Lodge
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... and enjoyed mountain views, forest paths, lovely wildflowers, and happy dogs. The girls were great again, roaming around with great abandon, but checking in from time to time, and returning every time we whistled. Hope we can get up high next week.
This might have been the best day ever for the girls. They each had a meaty bone for dinner.
... for our family and friends and other thoughts or meditations. It’s not especially deep but good enough to stay a bit spiritually minded on vacation. A couple of times afterwards, we have played some familiar worship music and sang along.
I think it was the combination of the stunning, mountain road drive combined with the best of old family memories of mine own with 7 kids, plus mom and dad singing an old family folk song or ...
... along a creek. The part near the road is safely fenced in, but there is a large area that is unfenced and yet safe. The girls had a great time romping through the trees, treeing a squirrel, splashing in the water, meeting other dogs and people, and coming when called. One of the things we forgot to take were the whistles, but they came every time we called them anyhow. We will definitely be back to this park.
... two lane dead end road that culminated at our hotel The Arrabelle. After my ten point turn, I finally got the RV turned around at the side of the hotel entrance. Then we all popped out of the RV like Cousin Eddy and family – frazzled and disoriented from all of the squeaking and banging during four hours in the RV, not well dressed to put it mildly and not especially clean. The bell staff took the whole scene in stride ...
... much to our vegan dining dismay, Becca's salad came with a small sauteed cocoon.
Now for the good part:
WE DROVE THROUGH THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS!
It was one of the most humbling feelings being next to such massive formations. It really puts you in your tiny human space. I can't even imagine the amount of forces that created these mountains... im not sure what else to say really. I was speechless.