Ramona Lake Cabins
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... those with Colorado plates, so locals, seemed set to make an entire evening of it, bringing fold out picnic chairs, thermos flasks and sandwiches with them. We parked up for a while to see what we could see. We could see a herd of elk in the distance and a pair of striking antlers among them, so this looked like a good place to wait a while. For half an hour, we sat and watched those antlers ...
This was by far my favorite day of the trip. We woke up at 5:15 and began our hike to the Delicate arch at 6. Most of the hike was at an incline on a giant rock face. I cannot describe to you the trek simply because words cannot describe it. The images we took do not do justice to what we saw. Its a must see for yourself adventure. A total hike of 2 hours. 1 hour to ...
... was the tool most affected! The Cog Railway was great. I would recommended it to anyone coming to Colorado Springs.
In conclusion, Colorado is a awesome state. I have always said that Colorado is a YES state as compared to New York which is such a NO sate. YES you can go off roading in the state parks. Yes you can snowmobile on public land. YES you can buy recreational marijuana just because you want to. I like YES states and I like this one the best!
... br> After that, we all walked around Lily Lake, which was beautiful. We were very lucky to see a bull moose swimming in the lake. Olav also claimed to see a meercat but the rest of us think it was probably a weasel! Astrid also took about another 100 photos of more cute squirrels - just one on the blog ...
... she knew where the road to red rock lakes was. The road was just a few miles away and the
attendant knew of campsites
on the Refuge !! She gave us a map and
directions as well as a short history of the area. When we asked how long it might take to get
there, she mentioned that the road was fine but gravel and then went on about
the history and sights to see along the way.
So, we were off to red rocks lake refuge.