Americas Best Value Inn at Estes Park
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... hippies, shops, and restored bars.
Today was a travel day. We drove through the rest of Arizona with not much to see. The Navajo Nation runs along 40. We saw very poor areas of homes and noticed that many also had a Hogan ceremonial round dome type home next to the modern home. I read that the Navajo that practice their traditional religion must have a Hogan. We are now in Albuquerque and are going up in a hot air balloon at sunrise tomorrow ...
... hang out there in town but only drove through it to get to the park. We passed a kid’s baseball field, surrounded by mountain peaks and blue sky, neighboring a substantial recreational mountain lake, and I thought, "Who ARE these kids who get to play ball out here in this gorgeousness? Maybe WE should move to Estes Park! William and MC would have to play some sort of sport in THAT field if we did." They have a touristy main street, and when I compared it to ...
... though and took 45 minutes from our park entry at fall river up to the top. There is construction going on up the road as well which slows the ascent. But it's all very scenic and it’s the one place in the park I really saw some impressive color change. I recommend the drive because you can stop to get those great shots along the way…but make sure you are at Bear lake by 9 or they will block it off and you are stuck. We managed to get ...
... to hunt for and hear them. And the stars were beautiful...the great big magnificent Milky Way above us. So it was a great day, and in addition to Elk we saw deer, wild turkey, squirrel, chipmunk, and plenty of birds. Lots and lots of wildlife! And tomorrow we leave Estes Park for our next destination on the other side of the Rocky Mountain National Park. It's been a great visit and a great little town. More tomorrow ~ Beth
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 ...