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. ...
... the picture next week or hike that mountain in a month. Inexplicably, William and Mary Claire found the energy to sprint down the stone staircase when we decided to head to the café. We all gratefully entered the building a little dizzy, worn out and starving. It was just like a mountain resort ski-in restaurant. It’s a dark-wood A-frame building with tons of people milling about, pretty good food to choose from and poor visibility because of the insane ...
... see the emerald color of the lake. From the head of the lake you could see a more deep blue color with an angry black tint to it. From the back the sun lit the grey surface like a broken mirror. The wind was so strong that there was no soft spot in the lake at all to get that perfect mirror image of the mountains on the still glass of the surface. But I got lucky with that on so many other lakes so I just appreciate that I got to see this lake ...
... relive the hilarious memories with aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents. Our cabin on this trip was actually not in the YMCA camp, but it did not disappoint. With three bedrooms and four bathrooms there was plenty of room for all six of the Meyers clan. I think we all agreed that our favorite part of the cabin was the sprawling front porch where we were able to sit and drink our coffee each morning as we enjoyed a fantastic view of Long's ...
We rolled into tourist-town Estes Park about 6:00 for some "shopping" and dinner. There was a half-formed idea of finding presents for MIN's grandchildren, but we wandered up three blocks and down four and couldn't find a single thing we couldn't live without. Most of it you would have to pay us to take--and pay us a lot. We didn't do as well for dinner tonight; went to Poppy's Pizza and ...