Historic River Forks Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... be watching the waterfall with us - but was probably more interested in the potential for any crumbs from our Cliff bars. No chance!
We were fortunate to see elk in the forest during our hike. They are very hard to spot - well camouflaged - now you see it, now you don't. The bugling was loud - there must have been a male in the vicinity somewhere. You could see the female turn her ...
... that day, and invited to come over, showed up and we had good chats and banter. Two minute noodles for dinner and some cheeky s'mores made the night and just after midnight we all headed off to our tents to head to bed. The others left earlier than us and we headed off shortly after 8 after packing everything up. There was ice on the tents; no wonder I was so cold that night! The day was spent roaming around, checking out some more ...
... Indian Buddha. Siddhartha was sitting crossed legged with his hands eschew in a pose of peace and tranquility. Without meaning to, I fell into my own little meditation. I look forward to having the time to return to a place like this for more than a quick visit.
After leaving the Cache la Poudre river canyon, we headed south to Erie, Colorado to see my Cousin Sasha. It has been too many years and it was great to catch up with her and see her beautiful ...
... lick was more than a little tempting..
no sooner had we entered into the park
were we greeted by a herd of mule deer..
then a lone elk...
and yet more elk :) ...
A co-worker told us this was her all-time favorite hike in Colorado, and it did not disappoint. We had the chance to see hot air balloons float along side us as we drove past Boulder into the Rocky Mountains. Once we arrived in the park, water didn't leave our side as soon as the trail header ushered us on our way. Cascade and ...