Ramona Lake Cabins
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... have taken a picture but of course didn't think of it at the time. If anyone knows what those are, please let us know. We had Sparky with us to keep track of the walk and it looks like we have four points on the map showing our route every thirty minutes. We walked north for 90 minutes and then turned around and looped back but the route back only took us an hour. Not ...
... first night in fo co and went to Mexican with some of the Aussie exchange kids and Chrissies mentors, Olivia and Audrey. It was cool to get a run down of everything. Everyone is so insanely nice here it's hard to to describe. Olivia picked us up from the airport which is ages away and then I met my insanely nice RA, who is the like "overseer" of my ...
... joking about it. The trip up was spectacular. We saw mountains goats, yellow bellied marmots, and awesome views the entire trip. After the 1 hour and 15 minute trip we reached the summit. As we exited the train I suddenly felt as though I had made a stop at one of the famous dispensaries in town. To say that I was light headed was a bit of an understatement. I was just plain stupid from the altitude. I honestly felt like I could pass out. So much for making fun of ...
... 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
And a lake. Turns out that the road to Bear Lake (one of the premiere and most-visited spots in the Park) is under massive construction. They did the bottom half a few years back, finishing in 2004, and now they are doing the top half. Part of what this means is that the road to Bear Lake is closed to private vehicles between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. In between, you can catch a shuttle in downtown Estes Park and ride down, but that has two ...