Value Place Ft. Collins, Colorado (Loveland)
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... and then cascade down the mountain side. This last hike was somewhat strenuous because of the altitude. Keep in mind that while the distances within the park aren’t great, the road conditions make travel very time consuming; the terrain is mountainous and the roads continually wind around the hillside, and your speed is also slowed by other tourists. For Mountain beauty and diversity of the vistas you cannot beat Rocky Mountain National Park.
... the plane, and we finally got into bed at 3am on Friday morning.
Then we went to meet the owners of the house and find out how everything works there. The kids loved playing with the dog, Bailey.
In the afternoon, the kids and I played in the ...
I have four days until I leave for Costa Rica. I've never been to a Central American country aside from Cozumel, Mexico years ago. That was off a cruise ship and so I am looking forward to this immensely. I started doing serious research last night. I can't thank Deb enough for her generosity. This trip will be a huge reset for me. ...
... white-water rafting." (Something you can do around Vail but not around Boulder.) Our family has never gotten out of a hotel so fast!
The weather was beautiful, but it had rained a fair bit that week, which is the perfect combination for rafting. Our guide was a talkative and friendly girl named Shannon who knew how to fill in the dull spots with interesting conversation. Bottom line, ...
... week off in years. Nobody seemed particularly enamoured with the state of the nation. A young mule deer was grazing around the camp at dusk, not fazed by humans at all. Drove slowly back up that steep road to the rim of the canyon . Looked at all the lookout points we could, small walks out to the edge of rocks and overhangs etc. What an amazing place. Not quite to the scale of the Grand Canyon, but very narrow and straight down. The Gunnison carves its way ...