Black Canyon Inn
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... home. The medical centers in Estes Park are getting rich off of you.
We were impressed at the sheer numbers of folks today. The park entry gal noted that they are on track for setting a record for attendance at nearly every national park this year. Certainly, this park will make the record, based on the numbers we see today.
Still, it was so...wonderful, amazing, awe-inspiring and beautiful. My photos don't do justice.
... 9:30 when we got there. They have a parking lot AT Bear Lake trailhead that was already full. The next thing you can do is park at a park-and-ride lot and ride the shuttle. We got to that lot and it was packed with people waiting to ride. We just didn't want to deal with all those people. I'm sure it's "Grand Teton Jenny Lake-Inspiration Point" beautiful, but there was just something about a huge crowd of people fighting to get onto ...
... Creaky floorboards, dated decor and furniture. Except for the electricity, you could almost believe it was a century earlier. The grounds were gorgeous too, and completely snow-covered. There is an original Stanley Steamer original car on display in the foyer. Justin had mentioned that the fourth floor is supposed to be the most haunted (the hotel was the inspiration for Stephen King's 'The Shining') so on check in I encouraged him to ask for a room ...
... which destroyed a huge number of old trees. Residents, however, had posted homemade signs thanking firefighters for saving their canyon; some, however, did lose their homes in the fire. It will probably take a hundred years to restore itself to its former beauty. The coolest thing about this rugged, rustic canyon was how narrow it was; the canyon was just wide enough for the fast flowing river and the ...
As mentioned earlier, we returned to Blacksburg in late May so that Mark could undergo surgery to repair an increasingly painful and limiting shoulder injury. We were back at the hospital just two weeks after his hernia repair and ended up with the same post op nurse from the last procedure. Mark was a tad less chipper after exiting the OR this time. Shoulder surgery is exceptionally painful and a ...