Inn on Fall River
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... old guy for a while who was pretty cool, him and his wife had quit work early and lived in their RV and worked at the camp for 4 months of the year and drove wherever the rest of the time. He said his philosophy was to be in shorts 12 months of the year. Not a bad idea.
It got dark. It got cold so I put on my 17 layers of clothes and pinned the sarong around my legs as I have no suitable long trousers and we very very uncomfortably went to ...
... with clusters of all kinds of beautiful wildflowers. They grew on the sides of the asphalt along the road, they grew on all of the slopes heading up to the tundra, and they carpeted the land above the tree line. As we climbed our way up the road in the Tahoe, the temperature dropped steadily and dark clouds moved swiftly above us. The weather alternated between sunshine and a light rain. A few times, after we had made it up over 2 miles high, it actually hailed on ...
... teaching respect to the children at this point. If your little brat wants to scream and yell and make animal sounds that would be fine and I would actually appreciate seeing an elk stomp the **** out of you…thinning the herd. But you are in a crowd of other people who might want to enjoy the experience they were TRYING to have. If you don’t respect your self enough to teach your child to have respect then you’re going to have ...
We slept in this morning for what seemed like the first time this entire vacation. After a quick breakfast/lunch we were off to Estes Park! We arrived a couple hours before we could get into the cabin so I wanted to show Mark around the YMCA camp. As fate would have it, waiting for us at the entrance to the camp was an enormous bull elk. Driving along the winding roads of the Y camp I had to show Mark the different cabins we have stayed at in the ...
... a long journey and a good job we were in the 4x4 as the route is pretty much off-road. On the way we saw a number of police cars and fire engines trying to tackle a blaze which was pretty worrying - they let us into the park for free because only a couple of camp sites were open due to the fires. Camp Moraine was 'full' but they managed to squeeze us in!
Obviously there was a strict rule that no fires were to be lit, and all food, toiletries, ...