Fawn Valley Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... what he or she meant. We did see someone who made a mistake today, and several cars getting towed off the roadway. We thankfully missed the unhappy event, but we speculate that all the attention that a wandering moose and her calf were garnering just ahead caused one of three drivers to get distracted. One car looked demolished. One driver sat dejectedly on the side of the road.
That was far from the only foolish thing we saw. People were clamoring ...
... look for all the cars stopped in the middle of the road), and then, when we got to the Rock Cut pullout, we hit gold. I saw a bunch of people looking over the rock wall and pointing cameras, so I knew something was there--figured marmots and, if we were lucky, Picas. But as I approached the wall what I actually saw were THREE very large Big Horn Sheep, maybe 40 or 50 feet away. This is by FAR the best look I've ever gotten of ...
... each foot. Oh well a little pain in the feet shouldn't be too bad. Right?
We check out the local stores, watch the tail-end of a glass blowing demonstration and eat a very large pasta based lunch. I eat more than I feel like in preparation for tomorrow. Later we head to the grocery store to buy some items for the race tomorrow, then it is back to the hotel for another early night. The Marathon is at 6 A.M. (nice...) ...
... in Denver, but in Chicago, New York, Boston, London. Eastern doctors recommended the Colorado high country to invalids suffering from respiratory complaints. Mountaineers answered the challenge of Longs Peak. Hunters and fishermen sought the abundant and easy trout. Already, a hundred years ago, the pattern was set: homesteaders became hotel men and the Park a tourists' paradise.' (Ruth Stauffer, This was Estes Park. ...
... see how far we could go. We were not in the park very long when we noticed a long line of cars parked on the side of the road. We then saw the herd of elk in the meadow. I got out and took plenty of photos, before we moved on. We decided to take one of the side roads to Beaver Creek, and at the end of the road, we had a great view of Long's Peak from that point. There were lots of aspen trees and pines throughout the park. We crossed a little wooden ...