Beaver Brook on the River
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... been spent in Rocky Mt National Park, we had to sign a disclaimer at one RV park in case the resident bull moose injured us.
The next day we saw 5 of them... great stuff!
Today we are in a ridiculously expensive RV park, muggins here forgot to ask the price before producing the credit card, hit the tavern next door last night as well, a nice change from the barbie.
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Yesterday I drove down from Cheyenne to Estes Park in Colorado. Estes Park is the entry point to the Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP). I intend to go there tomorrow and drive along the famous Trail Ridge Road to Timber Creek, where there's a camp based on first-come first-served. The highest point on the road is 12,183 feet (or 3713 meters) above sea level. So, we are high up in the mountains, and it gets cold at night. ...
... so I am sure the pilot light is off which I think is bad). The units are cute though with little carved animals outside and set against the mountain. I have a great view of the Twin Owls rock formation on the mountain from our unit D1. We did our check in but the room was not ready so we headed back into the park for a drive up Old Fall River road. Holy ****. There was literally a mile backup to get into the park. It was crazy and of course there is ...
... think Pigeon Forge and you'll be on the right track), and the Trailhead Restaurant. The chief advantage to the Trailhead Restaurant, other than the fact that it is just outside the gate to the park where we were headed after lunch, is that it has tables out on a balcony where you can sit and enjoy the cool breeze, look at the view, and watch a variety of critters. Which we did. Our critter visitors included:
... coming in and out. :)
My plan for Sunday was to have breakfast with Carol and her family, do laundry, hike a bit in Chautaugua Park, then go for my horseback riding lesson around 5PM. Carol's neighbor, Don, and his wife, Anne, were to join us for breakfast but Anne was sick with stomach flu. We ended up talking until after noon about climate change, the Higgs boson discovery, India, art, Boulder history... It was a very pleasant morning. Don had a ticket for the ...