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Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... edge and scared, and was very out of breath from the altitude. I got up to turn down the thermostat, felt my way around the edge of the bed because it was too dark to see, and accidentally touched Justin's foot. Gave the poor guy a heart attack! Right as I was drifting off (with my leg and arm hanging out of the blankets), I felt like I was touched - my mid thigh, twice, and then my upper arm. I wasn't scared though. I felt so peaceful and content. Who ...
... and so we can easily heat up anything easily. We will stop at a grocery store soon and restock sandwich supplies for lunches, and breakfast is usually microwaved oatmeal or grits with fruit (bananas and apples can be purchased at mostly any gas station now). Bottom line - I haven't figured out how to meal plan at home and I can promise you it's not happening out here. This trip isn't even close to being a gastronomic tour, and thankfully we are on the same page when it comes to ...
... I had the filet mignon and Jym had the bone-in ribeye. I can honestly say it was a great meal. So worth the money.
We then walked the grounds outside in the dark and took some pics and then did the same inside. Li is loving the ghost hunt. We met a nice couple who was looking for the ghosts too but didn’t even know it was haunted when they arrived. They showed us the stairs to the attic where it says Red Rum!! They also have a ...
... hungry and thirsty, I went to the backpack for more chips and gatorade.
A lady was sitting on one of the rocks of that wall, with another one a few meters above her head. It seemed like she was meditating. When she was leaving, she offered to take a picture of us. Loved her attitude. It seems she was enjoying it so much that took quite a few photos and from different angles - it was my friends camera, so I still have to get them... But I have to ...
... mountains the sky alters constantly when moisture and clouds mix with sun, earth, and moon. It was like we were driving through mutable atmosphere. At one point the sky had a gingery, auburn tone, eventually transforming to a golden glow like tornado skies in Indiana. As I grew sad over the dead, gray-lilac trees interspersed with the bold emerald ones full of life; I couldn’t help notice the beauty they withheld even in death. I only knew they were ...
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