River Stone Resort And Bear Paw Suites
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... Park, Estes Park, and make our way back to Denver. On our way out of the town, we came across a magnificent church, solely built of stone. It was part of a series of buildings belonging to the Catholic Church. We continued on our way, and entered a huge fog, which stayed with us for many kilometres before we finally came out of it and could continue at a reasonable speed to Denver. It has been an amazing day, but I am now glad to be back in ...
... waterfalls in many places along the park roads.
From Bear Lake, we drove along to the Moraine Valley, and even drove down into it, which I surely must have done before, but which I do not remember doing. Everything is bright spring green and very pretty, and the valley views are as nice, in their way, as the mountains.
We also drove up along 36 to the Longs Peak overlook, then over to the junction at 34, then we came ...
... Park to get some food supplies and ice cream. What a mistake! It was a tourist zoo with too much traffic, but the ice cream was good and we got our groceries and hightailed it back to the national park. At the campground, Amy discovered the most gorgeous bird, which we identified as a mountain bluebird. After a spaghetti dinner and chatting around the campfire, we went to the ranger program, "the bear-naked truth." The stars were ...
... have been to RMNP twice before in my life. The first time was when my grandparents took my sister and me on a western adventure in a rented RV for 3 incredible weeks in 1988. The second time was when I drove out west with my friend, Dorothy, to move her out to Idaho after college. One memory that is strong about the second trip is that when Dorothy and I made it to the Alpine Center in ’96 we had Tevas on our feet, and (very high-waisted)shorts and ...
... I drained the water out and cooked the “mush” of oats, almonds, cashews in a pot with a little bit of milk and made oatmeal! It was super yummy and Blake made coffee. We are a good camping team. As I’m writing to you now a white water rafting group just went by and yelled at me to put my laptop away, he said “You are in nature now!” and he is right. We are going to visit Fort Collins again and check out ...