Rams Horn Village Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... there yet. There was one trail that Tyler wanted to go on, but it was rated more difficult and after seeing what was rated easy, I didn't want to do it. It was also muddy from the rain. I don't want to pay for a RAZR or die! They had already told us if we did that trail, you can't turn around on it or you will surely flip the machine. If you started, you had to go the whole way. There was a plane crash at the end and I'm sure it ...
... was a neat experience to witness the singing of their national anthem with no lead singer, or no music over the p.a system, pretty powerful really.
We had a bit of a sleep in on the second day and went on a 3 hour ( 9 mile) trail ride in Rocky Mountain National Park in the afternoon. We circled around Moraine Park and Beaver
Meadows. Great scenery and the smell of the wild flowers, especially the wild roses, will linger a bit longer in my ...
... had 6 grad school applications due on December 15th.
Needless to say, we are happy to be relaxing and cozy up at my Dads house in Estes Park. My sister, Amanda, gets here today with her boyfriend and we will be spending a Merry Little Christmas together with my Dad, Linda, Dylan, Leyah, Shaddow and our dog, Champ.
We leave for Lima, Peru on December 29th for our South ...
... sides. There were actually people tailgating. There was one guy with a full grill set up right by the edge of the road where the elk were. COOKING. I have never seen such a spectacle! I said it was like being at a rock concert!! We end up driving past because there were rangers making the cars keep moving past the elk area and I could see why because there were like 3000 people trying to get shots of the elk which were right there in the ponds!! We ...
... in the Park: Montane (pine forests and mountain meadows), Subalpine (high, windy, snowy forest of Engleman spruce and subalpine fir—it smells like a Christmas tree lot), and Alpine (harsh terrain above the treeline where only tiny, alpine plants grow, the tundra). Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep are frequently seen as well as marmots and little ground squirrels. Estes Park is the coolest ...