Sonnenhof Bed And Breakfast
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... the interstate and cut across the Peak to Peak Scenic By-way that went through Central City and Nederland to Estes Park. Take a guess how I will describe it. Yep, like everything else, it was beautiful. Oh, and when we got off the interstate, I saw the first "Wellness Center" with the green cross out front. We saw a few more dispensaries driving across to Estes Park too. We also saw a moose grazing in a pasture. ...
... we started the ascent we took a detour to the Hidden Valley Ranger Lodge. It is newer building located in a green valley under (still!) snow covered peaks, where once a ski-lodge operated. We attended a kid’s ranger-led program on animal supply and demand of resources and picked up two junior ranger workbooks for the kids. The ranger, who led the program, was adorable. She told us that she was just recently transferred from Wind Cave NP in SD, very near where we ...
... 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.
... the inspiration for the movie "The Shining", and Stephen King even stayed here while he wrote part of the book. So we walked around the grounds and in the lobby, had lunch in the restaurant, and in general pretended we were staying there and felt quite pampered! After that we were so tired we came back to our very basic but acceptable motel, and Art took a nap while I downloaded pictures from my camera. Later in the afternoon we ...
... the sock-eye salmon (sp?) and Elizabeth had oysters Rockefeller. There were different street performers out and we watched several of those while we waited for a table. I tried to upload a video of three kids who were playing large wooden xylophones but the video was too big. They were very talented and loved what they were doing. After supper, we went on a quest for ice cream and ended up in the college district. The only parking spot available was at the Hookah House. ...