Historic River Forks Inn
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... River. It was 7 miles down a dirt road and I had no idea what to expect when I arrived. When I pulled into the parking area, I was greeted with signs welcoming me and telling where to park and how to get to the Stupta. Stupta? What the heck was a Stupta? I had heard the term before, but I still was not sure if it was a temple or simply a monument to Siddhartha, the original Buddha.
So I hiked, and hiked and hiked , down a trail named "Stupta Way" ...
... river with Elk walking
was time to go camp. As we were setting up we started noticing our surroundings
and in every direction there was a fabulous view. Stewart made a campfire and
we relaxed as it turned dark outside.
We are planning to leave Rocky Mt. National Park today so we will be doing one of our last hikes. We are going to hike Ouzel Falls a recommendation from JT. He knew Stewart was into birds and ...
... on road side till we came to a point where the trail ridge road itself was closed. Even though I was forewarned about the snow, I was a tad bit disappointed on not covering the entire stretch of that drive.
As we made our way back we took a detour to boulder and drove via the peak to peak highway, yet another a scenic driveway. No vehicles on the road meant that we could drive by slowly and enjoy the view. ...
... came when we came in last night. Locals were out celebrating the rain and the better chance of avoiding a fire disaster this season. We talked to a woman on the trail who said that the flames had come so close to Boulder that the night sky was lit by them. NCAR did voluntary evacuations and the neighborhood where I am staying was on evacuation stand-by. The good planning by NCAR and city executives helped keep the ...
... Now China is interacting with modern cuisines all over the world and new dishes and cooking methods are constantly being forged.
With all of these cuisines there is a huge variety in ingredient combinations and cooking methods. China also uses almost every part of each animal, which results in a rich variety of textures and flavors. The Chinese are not afraid of chewing meat off small bits of bone and spitting out the bones. ...