Elkhorn Lodge and Guest Ranch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... It kept attempting to cross the road, but people were spooking it. It was smart enough to go up the road behind the cars and cross over to its mother.
We traveled up the mountain roads and saw snow on the mountaintops. It was a winding steep road in spots and it took my breath away at times. We saw beautiful meadows and forests. We also saw the beginnings of the mighty Colorado River. If we wanted to hike 7 miles up the mountain, we ...
Today we woke up to beautiful blue skies and strong winds, but maybe a little less than yesterday. Because Trail Ridge Road was not open for travel, we decided to hike to Gem Lake, and we were not disappointed. The entire hike to Gem Lake was uphill for 1.7 miles. The scenery was early spring blooms and all kinds of strange rock formations. Lungs held out well and stops along the way ...
... out and the sky was lovely and blue. I took some more photos and then went into the bar. After having a drink, we decided to head back into town for a quick meal.
The weather reports are not looking good for tomorrow, but we will get information from the Rocky Mountain National Park Visitor’s Centre before venturing into the park tomorrow. We finally returned to the hotel and sitting on the ground, just near ...
... the inspiration for the movie "The Shining", and Stephen King even stayed here while he wrote part of the book. So we walked around the grounds and in the lobby, had lunch in the restaurant, and in general pretended we were staying there and felt quite pampered! After that we were so tired we came back to our very basic but acceptable motel, and Art took a nap while I downloaded pictures from my camera. Later in the afternoon we ...
... on the pedestals that hold up the roof and jumping off. (I would fail as a parent--if I saw my five-year-old climbing up 3 and a half feet and sailing off onto a ********crete surface, I expect I would have a fit.) Anyway...the little girl asked the little boy his name, to which he replied: "I'm Donovan. I'm five years old." She then pronounced that she, too, is five years old, and that seemed to seal the deal, despite the fact that he was ...