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... to Estes Park - almost a year ago! I've had it on my little itinerary since the beginning of time. Well, I am so mad at myself because I screwed up and didn't get tickets early enough. I wasn't sure which day we would do it, and didn't want to buy tickets too early. I was trying to time it just right, and with everything going on, I forgot until it was too late. I called a couple mornings ago just to check, and ...
... We even wandered back to The Stanley Hotel for lunch and some guide-less meanderings.
Estes Park is known as the headquarters for Rocky Mountain National Park. With the beautiful Big Thompson River running through the town, the atmosphere is one of tranquility; being close to nature.
While heading back into town, LD and I were approached by a barefoot musician asking for handouts for gas. Although cute in ...
... and now apparently the leaf peepers have all showed up and every hotel is booked. So stupid of me to wait but I was trying to "wing it" and “fly by the seat of my pants”. Well now my pants will be sleeping in the car. I literally called 13 hotels and none had availability. Now to add insult to injury the B&B I wanted to stay at…Taharaa Lodge was all booked but we were on a waiting list. They had a cancellation and emailed me ...
... at our side. Though it was hot, and tricky to use a rock as a tripod, we managed to get a couple of nice shots in a little 5-minute stop.
From there, we headed on up the road, stopping again to take some pictures in the ghost town, Cisco. We reached I-70 about 2 hours after we left Moab, and were on our way out of Utah and across Colorado. After a stop for lunch at Subway in Grand Junction, Colorado, a couple other rest ...
... lying down while the other looked around and ate the fauna! They are beautiful creatures and the mountains behind them just made the view unforgettable!! I wish we could have gone closer but we were to stay on the marked path - the tundra faces all aspects of weather and takes centuries to heal so the trails were built to prevent foot traffic from causing even more damage.
It was then time to head back for town..... what an amazing first day back in COLORADO :D