Fraser Crossing / Founders Pointe
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... know how! Oscar took a while to warm to it but by the end he was beaming and confidently skiing down 'Wrangler' slope. Astrid's skiing was a different style - fast then crash, fast then crash and she tried the next slope up, which was 'Sundance'.
We were a bit late for lunch at the café at the top and all that was available was spinach salad for the veggies amongst us. The kids didn't mind though - they had crisps and chocolate with their $15 lunch vouchers. ...
... There was also a lot of hippy types on the street, some appeared to be begging, others appeared to just be hanging out. I do a complete lap and decide to go home. I was a bit tired from the trip and hanging in empty bars wasn't appealing to me. I walk the 40min back. At one stage during the walk, as I walked passed creek that was running heavily, there was movement in the bushes. A skunk. I froze. I'm not sure if he noticed me and I didn't want to be sprayed. ...
... was not paddle boarding weather so we ended up going for a hike instead. We walked for a few hours around the base of the flatirons with the dogs (I was happy with this because I didn't have to touch them) and then had brunch in the Colorado Chautauqua, an interesting place close by which used to be home to Texan teachers during summer. After brunch we went back to the house and I read a newspaper article of wind turbine which is obviously ...
... dessert. It was very good.
Tomorrow we go to Estes Park the start of our drive through Rocky Mountain National Park. We changed our plans a bit. Instead of going northwest on CO 36 we are driving due west and then north to Estes Park. Our new route is called Peak to Peak and is supposed to be very scenic.
We just saw fireworks over Boulder, spectacular!!! Hope you all had a wonderful Fourth.
... Coming down was MUCH better than going up but I'm not sure why. This was one of the coolest things we've ever done. The views were indescribable. We saw an elk, several deer, lots of goats, what I think were groundhogs, and very tame chipmunks.
We came down from the mountain around dark and had supper at Tommy Knocker brew pub and drove home. I'm almost too tired to climb in the bed but I wanted to get all of this down before I forgot something. Life is great!