Pine Haven Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... were we saw a beaver last night. Must be a bit cold as all the beavers were tucked away.
We grabbed the free Mall Bus and went all the way to the other end of town to see the Capitol Building and City & County Building. Ann liked the Gold roof, Denise liked reading Lincoln's address, I liked the Mile High Step, but we all loved the squirrels in the park. He was a little upset as we watched him bury ...
... 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.
... about to experience a lot more wind in the coming days. We stayed one night at Discovery Lodge, a simple but very clean and adequate room. Dinner at Claire's restaurant where we discovered a waitress from Bulgaria that looked and spoke exactly like Kamila. Mike took a picture of her on his phone, but forgot to save it, so no evidence of her looks. Early to bed in preparation for the next few days of ...
... the Stanley in the basement which Li had to check out. It was perfectly Li sized! We saw some candy on the back of a sofa in the hall and some change on the picture frame. I think they say the staff puts them out for the ghost children. The weird thing is that every time I pass by they are moved or new ones appear or some disappear. I am not sure that is supernatural though. Could be staff or other guests. I am on the 4th floor in room ...
We were headed back to Denver this afternoon, so we spent the morning visiting a few spots in the park that we hadn't been to yet and saying a fond farewell. I'm always sorry to leave here; this is one of my favorite spots on earth. If I can't be home with Tim, then I would prefer to be here or in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England. How's that for an eclectic collection.
At any rate, we made a quick tour of some spots in the lower elevations: ...