BEST WESTERN PLUS Silver Saddle
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- Outdoor pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Silver Saddle Estes Park
Location is convenient, breakfast is good and rates are reasonable. Not as cute as some of the historic B&B's you can find in Colorado, but definitely good value for what it is. We would stay here again.
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... waterfalls in many places along the park roads.
From Bear Lake, we drove along to the Moraine Valley, and even drove down into it, which I surely must have done before, but which I do not remember doing. Everything is bright spring green and very pretty, and the valley views are as nice, in their way, as the mountains.
We also drove up along 36 to the Longs Peak overlook, then over to the junction at 34, then we came ...
... to walk along to see if the marmots were there, whereupon Miles pointed out a large herd of elk which were grazing and sleeping on the other side of the path . They were admittedly a little further away but I'm not sure how we hadn't spotted them! He was very proud of himself.
The marmots too were not really up to standard today - a long way off and too busy to pose ...
... out that Macaroni is their oldest horse and does not like to be tied to the post. He gets some extra privileges due to his age, so they don’t make him get tied up. He was 34 years old, which they say is very old for a horse. Most horses only live until around 30. They said he is still going strong, so I hoped that he would last another trip!
Macaroni fared just fine, but was a bit slow on the trail. Poor Grace seemed to be having her nose ...
We had about 100 miles left of our journey down towards Boulder, CO. We started very early in the morning (0430 I think) We made the last 100 miles into boulder where we headed straight to Boulder mountain park. This Park ws incredable, high mountains and heaps of trails.
After this is was time to make ...
... their natural, primal habitat. There is a connection and a magnificent energy that is so moving it is hard to make yourself leave the area. I could have stayed there all day watching them. Amazingly, as we drove just around the hill, there were a group of females and their babies baying and coddling the mothers for food. Again, it was hard to leave from watching them. They were closer, returning the observation now and then. As the sun gleamed over their ...