Sonnenhof Bed And Breakfast
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We wake up somewhat rested around 7:30am, heating up in the tent as the sun is beaming in. We unzip the tent and realise there are no clouds in the sky and it's a beautiful looking day. We are pretty thankful as we had a restless night sleep from all the rain last night, and freak outs when we thought we could hear a bear. We slept so lightly that we were like meerkats in a field with our heads popping up in the middle of the night if we heard a noise or rain.
We get ...
... a family of elks ventured into the Y, I suppose there were heaps of free rooms. They were less than 20 metres from our room, awesome.
For dinner tonight we headed to Smokin Daves BBQ and Taphouse, must be good because we had to wait 30 minutes for a table. They served our drinks in buckets which was good because I tried root beer which is a cross between sarsaparilla and cough medicine, so I shared Ann's ...
... the buns and sprinkled the seasoning on top and broiled them until they were browned. It was a feast!
Since I fixed the meal, Larry cleaned up which meant loading the dishwasher. I sat and wrote the blog while Erin read Entertainment magazine. It is a lot cooler since the rain. We plan to go to bed early tonight and get up even earlier tomorrow so we can be on Trail Ridge Road while the sun shines.
We were up early and at the mammoth dig by 8 o'clock! Very good, it was. A large sinkhole which used to have warm water in it and grass growing at the edges, but really slippery with mud, so whatever fell in couldn't get out. Only about a third has been excavated so far, and some 120 mammoth skeletons have been unearthed! Good display, well documented. We then set off for Fort ...
We're getting closer to the big date! Everything seems to be in order somewhat at this point, electrical converters and other essential "stuff" is purchased and waiting to be packed in our big pile in the living room. We are riding dirt bikes over there and you bet we're bringing our own equipment and not using the rentals. The last thing we want is someone before us to have worn the rental helmet and ...