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... bottom of a couple bridges & over its bank in some places.
Had late dinner on western end of town at the Big Horn Restaurant, nice, casual place with good salad bar.
In spite of the unsettled weather today, we saw a lot & did a lot and agreed it was one of the many highlights of our trip & we want to return and spend more time in Rocky Mountain National Park!
We arrive in Estes park early in the afternoon. The drive form Rawlins to here was only a few hours. We check in to the camp grounds, drop the trailer and head into the Rocky mountains national park. Its not long after the entrance that we come across some male elk's. Their antlers are covered in velvet and look so cool up close. We take the ridge drive across the rockies till we get to around 11,00o feet up. The views are just breathtaking. The weather is good with some blue sky. ...
... an hour to spare before our scheduled ghost tour. Our tour guide was pretty good, knowledgeable about the hotel's history, and passionate about the hauntings - old and new.
One of the stories she told us was about a run-a-way teenaged girl they called Lucy, who apparently froze to death while squatting in a condemned building on the Stanley property. To this day, people believe Lucy "haunts" the room she died in, being ...
... We are scheduled to return to the US on March 30th, 2013. If you are interested in following our trip, I'll be periodically posting pictures and happenings here.
Hope you all are experiencing some of your magic this Holiday Season. I'm happy to be warm (albeit I'm technically homeless), surrounded by family and so excited to be on the verge of this life adventure.
... 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 ...