Timber Creek Chalets
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... time he slipped, and I thought they were falling. It made me a little nervous. It looked it was going to rain any minute, but it held off luckily.
We came back to our cabin and all we wanted to do was take a nap. But, not happening. We made ourselves get up and we took the free little Estes Park shuttle downtown to walk around. We walked along the river (?) for a little bit until we saw this candy shop. ...
... long. It looked like it had been there for eons! The barbers inside were probably in their late 70s or early 80s and were true gentlemen. The barber chairs were old and authentic. I had to stay and watch the haircut, as it fascinated me, but I realise that this was probably against the rules. In the chair beside Rod a man from California was having his weekly haircut. We found out that this man was to be the rodeo announcer for the Rooftop Rodeo ...
Today we awoke at 7 am (not on purpose really…just happened) and we packed up and left the Valdoro in Breckenridge. We grabbed a bite for breakfast at a fabulous little breakfast place…Clint's Bakery...they had a coffee shop up top with lots of baked goods and the basement had some hot sandwiches. We had cute little egg and sausage bagel sandwiches and nabbed up some croissants for the road then we headed out of town. I took a ...
... time. The girls and Linda met Seth for lunch at the Rustic Cafe, and then headed over to the Craft Shop, where Seth has been working this summer. He showed us what he does there and gave us a tour of the whole place. We discovered rooms and crafts we didn't even know about when we were here two years ago! We then got busy on some crafts.
Leah started a silk painting using a music ...
... then got me up. We took our time packing up the tent and then headed out of the park. We had been invited to Park City, UT to visit with Gabe’s uncle Jim, so we decided to take the Trail Ridge Road out of the park and towards Dinosaur, Colorado which was about halfway to Park City. As we headed out of the park we were so glad that we were able to see the rest of the Rocky Mountain park and took some amazing pictures of the snowcapped mountains. Then we were on to our next destination. ...