Beaver Brook on the River
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... they hiked to Alberta Falls. The weather was passable and finally broke about the time everyone tuckered out.
Julia's foot would not put up with any more hiking, so the gang headed into town for more shopping. Sigh. Two stuff animals ("Wishes" a puppy dog for Sophia and "Dream" a horse for Alicia) were procured before a tasty dinner at Ed' Cantina and Grill; a tiara and a rock with a stallion on top were purchased ...
... hike around the relatively level Bear Lake. White caps on the lake seemed to match the white of the snow on the path. We had the trail to ourselves, which is uncommon on this trail! Next, we hiked one mile downhill to Alberta Falls. Snow on the trail in the upper elevations turned to mostly exposed rock and dirt. Some evidence of spring with leaves starting to bud on the aspen trees. ...
... But I am quite sure she is OK with that since she obviously picks and chooses her clientele. We left there and I called the woman at the Boulder Brook at Fall River which told us she had one room left and even gave me discount on it! Her name was Linda and she was so sweet to me. She not only got us into a room for tomorrow night but she said she would check around at other hotels and see what she can do for us the next night! What a kind woman! THAT ...
... and an Air Force honor guard
put on a good show.
And then it was time for lunch, what else but Haggis. It was
my first time and will likely be my last. My understanding of authentic Haggis
is that it’s a mix of ground mixed sheep’s innards, among which lights (lungs)
are very prominent, and oatmeal stuffed into a sheep’s stomach and steamed.
Anyway, what I ate tasted a lot like chopped liver. Never again!
I saved the best for ...
... the way out to the lake.
Once back in town, we enjoyed poking around Boulder and having a very fresh and organic breakfast. Some highlights included street performers, a second hand bookstore and coffee shop, and many sidewalk sales. No energy in the hundred degree feet to explore the breweries, but can save that for next time.