Timber Creek Chalets
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Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... with a short stroll around Sprague Lake and decided to attempt Bear Lake tomorrow with proper snow walking shoes which we will hire. The rain arrived on the way back to our accommodation and continued all night.
An all american bbq dinner of beef brisket and ribs (shared) at Daves BBQ Smoke House (much less high end then the night before), tomorrow hopefully we attempt bear lake although I fear it may be a wet day.
... 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. We stopped in ...
... several visible from this pull off. Next we stopped at the Trailhead for Ute Trail and got our first glimpse of Forest Canyon. The next larger pull off was Forest Canyon and it was easy to see from here where it got its name. We were above the tree line and as you looked below you could see trees below filling the canyon.
Our next stop was at Rock Cut which is as the name implies a place where the road cuts through the rock. ...
... round we played a "Y for Yogi" round). Apparently, we have arrived at the tail end of Jellystone's Bingo Blowout weekend. Did I mention the plywood cutouts of Yogi and Boo-Boo everywhere? There are a lot of pop up campers and small vehicle campers at this campground, I am assuming it is because of the terrain. The big rigs could not fit up into the little terraced sites here, which is fine because from my experience the big rigs rarely contain anyone under 60. Our ...
... at one point and I called the insurance company and actually spoke to a very nice woman who told me I can go to any ER but I wanted to avoid that at $150 co-pay. So she said I could also do urgent care and she looked it all up and said she couldn’t find one in Estes park but if I could find one on my own I could go there. I can’t say how much I hate seeing a dr. while on vacation. This happened to me in Banff years ago (those of ...