Summit At Silver Creek Condo
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... break to photograph some more landscapes and stretch our legs turned into bloody snow battle between my mother and sister . My mom was defeated after five minutes but full points to her for being able to withstand a snow fight for five minutes.
Finally, the last stop was at a small place with population just south of a 1500 people, called Nederland. Among the Indian students it is known for a ...
... Granby, CO
- Rocky Mountain National Park – couldn’t get in. First time in 100 years since inception in 1915 that the park is closed.
- Lazy start to the day
- Grand Lake visitors center
- Grand Lake Lodge
- Roaring River and Bridge
- Ice cream at Zieffs in Grand Lake
- Kuwaneeche Visitors Center – personnel moved to west side to aid in rescue ...
... interested in knowing her name. We ended up behind the pair of them who were sitting together on the bus, and this exchange occurred:
Donovan (to his mother): Are we staying the night?
His mother: Yes.
Little girl: We are staying the night too.
Donovan: Can she stay over night in my room?
Little Girl's father (from across the aisle): Slow down, son.
Cracked up the whole back of the bus, ...
... of the trees had (for some unknown reason) been cut down and our tent site and picnic table were out in the middle of a rocky meadow. All good though, we sat in the car for 20 minutes to let a rain shower pass and then we pitched the tent and the sun came out. The kids took advantage of the fine weather for a brief swim in the lake and a good 'ol splash around. There are some fine pictures by the lake, take note of Eli doing his Haka face Then, we had dinner as ...
... I actually love going places without having a camera because I get compulsive about finding the perfect photo and obsessively compose shots with every new view. Sometimes I force Ben to take the camera so that I can just be in the place and moment and enjoy the views without thinking about the photo. I breathe so I can stop myself from being like, "Hey, see that tree? Get that in the shot with that view of the mountains in the background, but wait, ...