Peaceful Valley Ranch
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... that Dumb & Dumber was actually filmed here & not Aspen!! We left after a lovely lunch & headed down into Estes to our hotel resort by the lake. We were kindly upgraded to a Lake view & decided a chill out in the pool & hot tub was needed. We then relaxed on our veranda in the afternoon sun. We ate in the hotel, Chris had purple potatoes, wee odd but the food was nice. We chatted to an Australian group of bikers also on route to sturgis, then retired to ...
... br> Just before exiting the park, we finally spotted a single moose. We had hoped that Rocky Mountain National Park would be a wildlife haven, providing opportunities to view black bears and mountain sheep. Alas, we left the park without seeing those grand animals.
It was late afternoon by the time we left the park, so we camped at Stillwater Campground on the edge of Lake Granby and enjoyed a surprisingly good Chinese dinner in ...
... gate crashed) a wine tasting evening with P&Ds mates who make local wine. A great evening, we were made really welcome and included. I drank a little too much as usual.
Peter & Deirdre if you ever get to read this blog, thank you for a wonderful 3 days it was great to see you both again. We will be back.
total mileage on bike 58903
milage to-date ...
... up the mt. trail, we turned
around due to deep wet snow remaining making it difficult to walk. It was sunny and hot and the snow was melting.
When we were
ready for lunch, Stewart, who has become a master at finding unpopulated
picnic areas with view great views, found another with a view of a beautiful mt. valley populated with numerous elk. We
made lunch watching the Elk and looking up at this large hill and the foot of ...
... ever opened is at the end of June. It was a beautiful view of the mountains, though, and fun to drive.
We continued on to our campground in Moraine Park. We actually got there and got set up before it was dark for once! We had a great campsite. The sites were all large and ours bordered a meadow on the side of the mountain. We saw some deer eating up on the ridge. Once again we had to ...