Murphy'S Resort At Estes Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... taken out a huge portion of the forest we were walking through.
We got to the top and looked at the views which obviously were spectacular from every angle. I struggle to write about this sort of stuff as though I enjoyed it which I did I just don’t know how to convey it without doing an unnecessary pull-out like this. We saw some weird beaver like animal and then we began the walk down. That’s the trouble with these ...
... have been to RMNP twice before in my life. The first time was when my grandparents took my sister and me on a western adventure in a rented RV for 3 incredible weeks in 1988. The second time was when I drove out west with my friend, Dorothy, to move her out to Idaho after college. One memory that is strong about the second trip is that when Dorothy and I made it to the Alpine Center in ’96 we had Tevas on our feet, and (very high-waisted)shorts and ...
... me when I go ape **** on you. At one point the loud mouths were trying to take a group photo and Jym thought that they might ask him to take the picture. He said if they did he was going to be sure to make them a deal…he takes the picture and they get some respect for the people around them. I am quite sure it’s a deal they would not have taken. ANYWAY…Jym and I stood by the lake deciding what to do and weighing our options with ...
... relive the hilarious memories with aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents. Our cabin on this trip was actually not in the YMCA camp, but it did not disappoint. With three bedrooms and four bathrooms there was plenty of room for all six of the Meyers clan. I think we all agreed that our favorite part of the cabin was the sprawling front porch where we were able to sit and drink our coffee each morning as we enjoyed a fantastic view of Long's ...
... work at full capacity and there were only about 12 of us on it this time. We got to Boulder in time to eat supper but by the time we parked the car, Boulder got its first big rain in quite some time. We weren't dressed for 70 degrees in monsoon rains so we drove around until we could find "closer to the door" parking and at Zoto's Bar and Grill. Great dinner. Unloaded the van in the rain and got ready for a much needed sleep. The rain sounds wonderful out the windows!!