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- Microwave in room
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Sophie made us delicious pancakes for breakfast - she calls them "camper's favorite flapjacks" - and then we slowly pulled ourselves together for a hike. This time we took the shuttle bus to Cub Lake. We had been told there would be fewer people, but we weren't told that it was a horse trail! We started out following 3 horses but it was so stinky behind them that we took a couple of early breaks until we lost them. We walked through a ...
... some in the trees and more ducks on the lake. When we left Lily Lake we headed to Estes Park, found a Safeway Grocery Store and shopped for our three days. When Larry and Erin looked at the pitiful beer selection they decided to pass. Larry had seen a Liquor Store. But when we left Safeway we saw a Pharmacy that was also a liquor store. What a strange combination! They found two sampler packs of beer from Fort Collins Brewery and Left Hand ...
... then refrozen and were very slippery..soon we arrived at the frozen lake nymph.. it was incredible the whole lake one sheet of white ice...
Robin decided to see how thick it was and was able to stamp on the edge without causing a crack..the sun shone and reflected on the shining ice and the sky was so blue the pine trees contrasted perfectly..
The track rose steeply now and soon opened out to amazing views back down onto the lake and up into the high peaks of ...
... in some friendly "trike racing" on the local streets!
Joe with his shiney new trike!
Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) Wilderness.
Lindsey and Arun took some time to visit Rocky Mountain National Park while Lindsey's finger was in its early stages of recovering. The two took a lovely and casual six-mile loop hike ...
... telling me I was on his private land (I am used to living like this in Orlando) but instead out came an older lady who smiled and immediately said “good afternoon!!” She then waved to me as she drove away!! I thought it might be a fluke but the behavior was repeated a few minutes later when at the other end of the road a woman opened her door, peeked out and gave me a bit hello and waved! I guess people here are just maybe nicer and calmer ...