Murphy'S Resort At Estes Park
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... towards the cabin which was on the way.
We made sandwiches and headed out to where we were supposed to meet for our RAZR rental. As usual, we got stuck behind the slowest frickin car driving way under the speed limit. They had a Colorado plate so there was no "tourist" excuse. We found the right dirt road and made it on time. They fitted us with helmets and we signed a waiver so we can't sue them for anything and off we went. The trail was a ...
... 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 ...
... the glue to stick. He also bought back two pieces of wood and a clamp to put pressure on the patch.
If you had to pick a place to have a puncture this was as good as any. There was a large pull off next to a beautiful lake with lots of sailboats.
We stopped for lunch at the local cafe and then proceeded towards Estes Park over a high pass .
Rode into Estes Park and there was a large elk by the side of the road.
... we just parked and got out of the car and listened to the bugling for a good hour. It's so funny, such a big animal and he sounds like a squealing pig. I recorded it on my phone. At one point we drove down to the end of the road and there was an outhouse and Art got out to use the bathroom (it was dark by this point) and he heard a noise that startled him. An Elk was rubbing his antlers on a tree VERY close by! It was fun ...
... can guess what they look like) and further on, an even higher mound with no tourists - so I climbed up those! There was quite a breeze wobbling the rocks at the top so I balanced long enough for a photograph before swiftly moving lower onto more stable grounding! The view is incredible from up there!!!
I wonder if the mountains will be like this in Canada?
On walking back, we saw two elk grazing in the distance, only about 50 ft. away! One of ...