Value Place Ft. Collins, Colorado (Loveland)
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... daunting task ahead. We passed Estes Park, a city that was the feeding ground if the largest bull elk I've ever laid eyes upon, and drove alongside the Big Thompson River, which had recently flooded causing mudslides. Some riverside houses were half in the riverbed. It was a terrible sight. Downriver the road flattens out at Loveland, a bigger city which is an outlying suburb of Denver. We looked for lodging along the plains roads to the east but it was super expensive. Why ...
Rocky Mountain National Park - Estes Park is just outside RMNP. It seems to be the new place to build for millionaires. Maybe it has always been the case. The Stanley Hotel is a luxury hotel that's been open since 1909. It was used in the movie The Shining.
The park itself was uneventful. Nothing compared to Yellowstone. The wild flowers have pretty much already ...
... a very teary goodbye to Aspen and we hit the road again driving the very scenic Independence Pass to Boulder via a favourite of Lynn's, Twin Peaks! Ben, alarmed by my silent contemplative mood and concerned that I would really try and find a way to live in Aspen, cut short my John Denver Rocky Mountain High reverie and cranked up the ever upbeat Dolly Parton. Thus we arrived in Boulder singing along to '9 to 5'.
In Boulder we were ...
... happening at the San Juan Community College, which we managed to find. We were a bit early, but got there as they were setting up the telescopes. Graham got himself a job keeping one of the telescopes on the sun. They had it set up in reverse so that the sun coming through the opposite end that you would expect it to be, and then reflected onto a screen in a black cardboard box. It was very effective, and let a lot of people see what was happening, who ...
... There is an organization that runs regular hiking trips to remote portions of the great wall. They arrange transportation and send you with a guide. The hikes vary in length and it will be an all day trip. You get to see truly un-restored sections of the wall and you don’t deal with the crowds and trinket peddlers.
Parks: The retired elderly of China often visit the parks (as well as the Temple of Heaven) for all ...