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... been spent in Rocky Mt National Park, we had to sign a disclaimer at one RV park in case the resident bull moose injured us.
The next day we saw 5 of them... great stuff!
Today we are in a ridiculously expensive RV park, muggins here forgot to ask the price before producing the credit card, hit the tavern next door last night as well, a nice change from the barbie.
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Yesterday I drove down from Cheyenne to Estes Park in Colorado. Estes Park is the entry point to the Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP). I intend to go there tomorrow and drive along the famous Trail Ridge Road to Timber Creek, where there's a camp based on first-come first-served. The highest point on the road is 12,183 feet (or 3713 meters) above sea level. So, we are high up in the mountains, and it gets cold at night. ...
... 2 nights…Black Canyon Inn. This is like a privately owned rental so each unit I guess is unique to the owner. I have only stayed in a place like this once before and although it feels strange…like you are staying in someone else’s house. Very weird. It is comfortable and a 1 bedroom with a full kitchen so much more than we would have gotten in a regular hotel room for the same price. We can’t get the fireplace to light though ...
... the little cabins have kitchens, so you can cook your own breakfast and pack a lunch to go. There are very few eateries in the park itself, so if you can't bring your own in, you have to drive all the way back to Estes Park to find a restaurant.
Speaking of which...we ate lunch at the Rocky Mountain Gateway, which houses one of the official park visitor's centers (Fall River), the largest, tackiest gift shop in ...
The lectures are over and it is now time to work on the lesson plans as the paid part of this job. Fridays are update and present days at NCAR so the 12 of us (teachers doing the lesson plans) were to share where we are in our work. Not too difficult since that only meant 1 day of work thus far. :) Elizabeth Woodard is in town with a group from UAH and Germany participating in a space weather camp. She graduated from East Limestone a couple ...