Ramona Lake Cabins
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I almost forgot that the point of exchange was to continue your studies. Who knew? My first day of class in Tuesday was a shock- so much so that ten minutes into my philosophy class I knew I would not be doing it. I have since swapped to an easier (hopefully) philosophy subject called logic and critical thinking which should be interesting. Now that I have class ...
... River. It was 7 miles down a dirt road and I had no idea what to expect when I arrived. When I pulled into the parking area, I was greeted with signs welcoming me and telling where to park and how to get to the Stupta. Stupta? What the heck was a Stupta? I had heard the term before, but I still was not sure if it was a temple or simply a monument to Siddhartha, the original Buddha.
So I hiked, and hiked and hiked , down a trail named "Stupta Way" ...
... have. so we drove out of the park on the east side into Estes Park. We found one place that had WIFI so that's where we went and we spent the day doing the blog and taking it easy. And figuring out the next week's travels.
We drove in the rocky mt. park to the east side on a very scenic road and
arrived at the Morraine campground and registered for the night. We left for the day to return later and drove to Bear lake. This is a very ...
... br> into the Park but there were few leaving. We passed through the west entrance
gate which had several entry lanes but all were backed up with cars ,vans,
buses and winnebagos waiting in line.
There were like - dressed folks in green t shirts posing at the
Yellowstone sign and a frenzy around that with folks running through the lines
lest they miss there chance to pose by the sign. The Yellowstone season now seemed to be
... a long journey and a good job we were in the 4x4 as the route is pretty much off-road. On the way we saw a number of police cars and fire engines trying to tackle a blaze which was pretty worrying - they let us into the park for free because only a couple of camp sites were open due to the fires. Camp Moraine was 'full' but they managed to squeeze us in!
Obviously there was a strict rule that no fires were to be lit, and all food, toiletries, ...