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Travel Blogs from Fraser
... Bethan (who had on a pink shirt). Magical.
Despite Oscar's protests we stopped again at the 'Alluvial Fan' as it was recommended to us by some people at the chipmunk rock. It was only a 5 minute walk up a trail, passing a bear notice advising 'fighting back' if attacked (I was a bit unnerved by that). We had a lovely half hour chucking sticks in the river. The light was good for photographs and everyone was happy. The river ...
... hard way. But really, the decent down where I'd climbed would be hard. I'd hate to slip. You wouldn't stop. With the easing of the track I open up the pace and descend quickly. All in all the track was around 4 miles. I make it back to the car and head back to the apartment. I'm hungry but I also smell. I run into Steve and we get to chatting about this and that and decide to go into town to grab some food and a beer. I quickly shower and I drive us in. We go to ...
... for a couple weeks before leaving. Within a month, a few days and a few repairs later, we were ready. My parents and I had decided that they were going to drive 7 hours to Durango to visit my brother and see how the whole setup ran. I was so excited. It was bittersweet to work my last to weeks at the coffee shop but the grace was up and i knew i needed to do this.
The weekend before i left, i was at the Biergharten with a beautiful community that i had ...
... so that left us with 20 min. to find our clothes bag and look for the bus. Of course that also meant we would not have any time to eat the wonderful barbecue dinner we had paid for not to mention missing out on the beer.
I retrieved the bag of clothes we had sent ahead, found Gordy and the bikes and we sprinted over to the buses. We got checked in and they loaded up our bikes on a moving van for the trip back to Evergreen. We then got on the bus ...
... direction rather than backtracking my way in.
I spent the night car camping in Grand Lake, a resort town on a natural lake of the same name below the spectacular peaks of Rocky Mountain National Park. Grand Lake is the first significant lake below the headwaters of the Colorado River and the town is a kind of western gateway to the national park. I passed it many times on the road, but this was my first time turning off and spending some time in the pleasant ...
Other places to stay in Fraser
52 Meadow Mile, Fraser | Condofrom $73
191 E Meadow Mile, Fraser | 3 star condofrom $72
200 Bryant Street, Fraser | Condofrom $105
50 Cranmer Avenue, Fraser | Condofrom $115
100 Bryant Street, Fraser | 3 star condofrom $115