Moraine Park Campground
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... Meadows and other open fields in the park. The Trail Ridge road is the main road through the park. The is on of America's most scenic highways. This 48 mile road rises to over 12,000 feet in elevation and crosses the continental divide. One thing I remember about our drive was the snow along the sides and how some would drive to the top and ...
... us about the type of oil we wanted, and Gabe said we didn’t want an oil change. The guy ran out to the garage and told them to stop draining the oil! He apologized for the confusion, had the oil replaced and told us that the brake fluid was full and that maybe the smell was the breaks as they got hot. He recommended we have them checked at the Big O Tire place right next door. We thanked him for the oil and took the car next door. The man at the tire place asked ...
... good-bye to Papa and Ahmmy (they headed back to Grand Junction), and drive to Colorado Springs where we met up with Kristina (one of Mommy’s best friends since she was in kindergarten), Glenn and Teagan for dinner! I was surprised that the girls remembered each other and they had so much fun together! Tomorrow…the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo! ...
... weaving in and out of the stores, treated to a wish-list sleigh ride, and spectating a live nativity scene under the sparkling evening lights.
We returned to Fort Collins on the Eve of Christmas, and thus began our incredible feasts of wonderful food … complete with a 25lb Turkey!! Christmas Day, amidst the stockings, exchanging ...
... a small peninsula of land. The girls also had a great time rafting on the Poudre River through level 3 rapids with short distances of 1 and 2 level rapids in between. They definitely got wet and the water was quite cold but the sun was hot and kept them nice and warm. (Sorry no rafting pictures yet.) When Fred and I got back to Estes Park we had planned on looking in some of the shops but the main street of town was blocked off due to the Rodeo kick-off parade so we watched ...