Rocky Mountain Park Inn
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Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... the highway, ate at a Mexican pub in Grand Lake. We headed back up, just in time for a road crew to enter the roadway, first the 18-wheeler low boy, then the F-150 escort to lead the way and stop traffic. An 18-wheeler cannot negotiate hairpin curves in its own lane only, so the escort stops oncoming traffic. What fun being behind it and watching that happen! I never worried about being safe--these drivers really know how to drive. If only everyone were as ...
... break at the Alpine Visitor's center, where I did an earthcache and had a chat with some other cachers collecting earthcaches in the park. Had a bowl of chili, appropriate as it was just a bit chilly up there (see photo of tourist in front of snowbank!), and then we headed down the mountain. Kept an eye out for moose, the main animal we didn't yet have on the dance card (except bear, of course, but I've never seen a bear ...
... around Vail during a very steep section of Interstate. There we several vehicles pulled over on I-70 victims of overheating, I slow slightly and the temperature gauge falls back in line.We arrive in Denver and head to REI, we have not had enough of hiking or hiking equipment yet, the Denver store is REI's flagship store and we each buy a couple of items. We enjoy a ...
... Brad Fitch and I just might go there.
Before returning to the campground this afternoon I went to the Estes Park Museum, another little gem of local history. In a separate building there was an exhibition by a photographer called Charles Mace, who was a U.S. Army photographer during WWI. I'm sure that Unk knows him, so I took a number of photographs that he may enjoy. ('Unk' lives out in California. He, too, was a ...
... Arun and Joe at Arugula to celebrate Joe's 30th birthday (Joe doesn't normally wear sunglasses indoors in case you were wondering.)
Upon arrival, our itinerary was packed with fun activities. First, the talented film makers Josh Lowell and Peter Mortimer brought Reel Rock Tour 7 to Boulder, and we were sure not to ...