Bear Creek Vacation Condos
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... delay—starting anew before they even finished cleaning up after the first one.
This long delay gave us plenty of time to explore the ballpark, however, which we did, including eating an exorbitantly priced cup of frozen yoghurt and signing up to win a Toyota 4-Runner in a raffle. Mainly we wanted the free chapstick. (I have at least 10 chapsticks at home, but do I have even ONE in my luggage? No, I do not! Thanks to the ...
Colorado is pretty neat-stunning scenery, great up close wildlife ops and comfortable temperatures.
John Denver never mentioned the mossies tho', at times they queue up outside our (netted) windows!
On Tuesday we put on our glad rags and had coffee and a stroll through Vail-as you do!
On Wednesday Al drove up and down 3 passes: Vail, Loveland and Berhoud- all around 11,000 ft-hard work!
Most of our ...
... what we did. To be continued by the rest of us... 7/18-The next morning we got up early and after playing our electronics we crossed the border back into Ohio around 1:00. 7/19-The next morning we started unpacking the RV around 10:30, it took all day and after a long day of unpacking we ended our trip at a nice dinner at Cowboy Restaurant where we re-capped our "Awesome Trip" 7/20-Today they came and picked up the RV around ...
... teaching respect to the children at this point. If your little brat wants to scream and yell and make animal sounds that would be fine and I would actually appreciate seeing an elk stomp the **** out of you…thinning the herd. But you are in a crowd of other people who might want to enjoy the experience they were TRYING to have. If you don’t respect your self enough to teach your child to have respect then you’re going to have ...
... decision. The elk are out primarily in the morning and evening, and we saw a huge herd right by the side of the road and got some great photos. Exciting! The views were spectacular of course, so we stopped for many pictures before we reached the Bear Lake area for hiking. We hiked to three lakes...Bear Lake, Nymph Lake, and Dream Lake. Each was beautiful in it's own way, yet different from the others. There was a fourth lake but ...