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TripAdvisor Reviews BristleCone Lodge Woodland Park
Travel Blogs from Woodland Park
Although it has been three weeks since we left Scotland, it seems like it was just yesterday that we were walking through the quiet peaceful thick green forest of the Highlands. The cool fresh clean air was so invigorating that I felt like hiking all the way to the sea. One of the many highlights of the vacation was the trip to the Orkney Islands. The day started out cool and rainy as we left the lodge early in the morning while it ...
... But onwards to Denver feeling pretty **** with lingering sickness and too long in the drivers seat. Navigating Denver traffic (Phoenix had his first spew out of moving vehicle), push on to next destination a state park only locals know about with some good climbing and mellow camping. Nine miles from destination and we hit our first dirt road, and jebus was it corrogated. Those nine miles were driving at walking pace whilst the camper reverberated ...
... in the cute downtown of their neighborhood, called Old Colorado City - I love visiting places like this, because I have to drive to Mt. Dora around here to find a variety of non-chain/gift shops in one place (and I haven't been there in ages - the 50-min. drive doesn't help...). WOULD have stayed longer, if not for the guys calling to say it was time to head to the zoo with the kids (our last stop was this place, I adored it! So beautiful decorated ...
... tram took about an hour and a half to get to the top. The views were super. We ate some donuts at the top, took some pics and headed back. We stopped by the park again on the way back to the hotel so the kids could climb some more. We also picked up some fast-food for the kids, and Nancy and I went out for a good dinner. ...
... enough for one day so presented me with another challenge to rise to. Well I must say that the look of USDOC's chariot was impressive but like the so many French inventions it was good in thoery but not so functional in practice!! So I am not exactly sure what happened next but I am being actively encouraged to place a glass of RED wine in a glass between (as Kari rightly pointed out) my somewhat smaller than most womens' breasts. Well all would have been ...