Marys Lake Vacation Condos
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... Once they made it down, we spent some more time at the gift shop and bought a few shirts. Then we made our way back, I was very nervous, so I sat in the back and Alex sat up front. We stopped at a few more overlooks on the way down, took a lot of pictures. There were some people on the side of the road looking into an open area, I could see a large dark animal, so we went up to the nearest pull-over and walked back to that area. It was a young moose grazing, ...
... called for. The website has photos and videos; I skipped the videos. There's even one which the maker of the website suggests you skip. Sounds like good advice to me. I hereby pass it on to you.
Moral of the day: Nature can be spectacular, dramatic, beautiful, and cute, but it can also be scary and COMPLETELY gross!
NOTE: I added the torrential downpour video to yesterday's blog. Highly entertaining!
... 4 mile loop walk around Lake Estes to stretch our legs and warm up for our hiking adventure planned for the next day. Back at the camp, we decided to hoof it down the road for dinner. We went to a restaurant that was close by and fully staffed by young Europeans who spoke little English. Many confusing order mishaps occurred: Ben and Liam had to run nearly 3 miles to get the keys from Rob who, ...
... we had a BBQ in front of our lodge inches from the river. Whilst cooking, Jake and I rehearsed numerous bear escape strategies, mostly in jest but with a touch a sincere desire to plan for such an event. Funny how fears get so much less fearsome the closer they are. Back home, bears are just a remote concept, just something to stare at in zoos. The idea of one in the wild being in close proximity to you seems terrifying and deadly. But when faced with ...
... and fingers than her own, got her hand trapped below the roughly meter-long chunk of rock as it quickly and naturally fell into place. She whipped her hand out from under the stone, took a couple minutes of quiet time to get over the initial pain, and then put on her gloves and returned to work for a couple more hours.
Her finger ...