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Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... the buns and sprinkled the seasoning on top and broiled them until they were browned. It was a feast!
Since I fixed the meal, Larry cleaned up which meant loading the dishwasher. I sat and wrote the blog while Erin read Entertainment magazine. It is a lot cooler since the rain. We plan to go to bed early tonight and get up even earlier tomorrow so we can be on Trail Ridge Road while the sun shines.
... had 6 grad school applications due on December 15th.
Needless to say, we are happy to be relaxing and cozy up at my Dads house in Estes Park. My sister, Amanda, gets her today with her boyfriend and we will be spending a Merry Little Christmas together with my Dad, Linda, Dylan, Leyah, Shaddow and our dog, Champ.
We leave for Lima, Peru on December 29th for our South ...
... the light on the mountains was magnificent!! Then there off the small road to Moraine was a whole herd of elk. They were bugling away! I would like to note that it entertains me to know that in the animal world it is the MALE that has to have the large rack to impress the FEMALE!! After much enjoying of the beauty of the elk against the purple mountains in the fading light we headed back and ate dinner at a diner next to the hotel. Not the best meal but it was food. ...
Hiked to Gem Lake, relatively easy climb with great views over Estes Lake and Long's Peak. Around 3.5 miles round trip 2+ hours
Back for brekky then into the Park for some sightseeing
Beaver Meadows & Fall River Road Visitor's Centre.
Walked part way to Alberta Falls
Shopping in Estes Park
Pulled Pork and Ribs at BBQ restaurant
THE BREATHTAKING TUNDRA
So, I must say, Christy has been amazing in all of her suggestions for places for us to see on our way through Colorado. We could not go through Denver on our way to Silverthorne/Dillon because they have an extremely strict Pit Bull ban. There are numerous stories about people actually getting their dogs confiscated, even from there own cars…absolutely ridiculous. There was no way we could possibly risk traveling ...