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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... was to hike across the park. It is heartwarming to see so many enjoying our beautiful parks; however, it is sad to see the forested areas devastated by the mountain pine beetle. This infestation in more than 1.5 million acres in northern Colorado and southern Wyoming has affected watersheds, wildlife habitat, and views, and you fear it could result in catastrophic wildfires. Just two days before I was to leave, the Tonahutu Fire ...
... me how good the kids are at this game.)
Around noon we decided to have a little snack and then get ready to head to the stables. The clouds were beginning to roll in. When we got over to the stables it was getting pretty dark and drizzling a bit. The people at the stable said that they go in the rain and they have raincoats for everyone. The girl said that the weather is pretty unpredictable, but that it usually rains every afternoon in the ...
... top. It was pretty cool and on top it was windy when we walked to look at the Tundra landscape. Lots of pretty wildflowers which are so small and delicate. We stopped at Millers Pass to see where the Continental Divide is situated, very cool as everything goes one way to Pacific or the other way to the Atlantic. Easier drive from there ...
... around the perimeter. We were in no hurry, and it was extremely pleasant just soaking up the surroundings. Interestingly, despite the fact that we came down on a shuttle with at least 65 people crammed in and despite the fact that a second equally sardined bus arrived at the same time, we were pretty much alone on the path for a good part of our walk. Most of those people immediately dispersed into the more challenging trails that leave ...
... is a drag on my health, take a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction class, and do more yoga. But I feel that I’m on my path now. My father used a line in our marriage service 21 years ago that resonates for me today. He said that some events in our lives are points in which we “tie a knot in the rope of days and declare that we will not slip back from here.” Today I celebrate that my life has changed and I have tied another tight knot in the rope of my ...