Spirit Lake Lodge
Travel Blogs from Grand Lake
... pretty the woods were after seeing so many dead trees on the way to our hotel yesterday. The weather has been fabulous our whole trip, and today was the first day it was overcast, but the temperatures were mild so I was quite content. After we finished that hike we got back in the car and drove a scenic drive past Grand Lake, Shadow Mountain Lake, and Lake Granby. These Lakes are all right next to one another. The ...
... much more difficult by having to carry the baby AND all the paraphernalia. Doesn't seem like much of a vacation to me. Clearly these people are more intrepid than I. Amazing.
After dinner, we made up for the mediocre pizza by blowing our savings on homemade ice cream. Much more satisfactory all around.
And, on the way home, we got one last treat for the day: upon seeing a large cluster of cars at the side of the road, ...
... was saying here moose moose moose and all of a sudden I saw a moose so I screamed MOOSE! which caused Corbin to slam on the brakes and I got my moose picture. By the time we went through the park we ended up seeing 5 moose, super cute/ugly. Getting back to the site at 5:45 we were exhausted therefore we went out to dinner, then came home went to sleep at 9pm and didnt wake till 8am the next day. I guess we were exhausted!
... ever left a shadow down on Saint Mark's place
Cause when the weathervane is sleeping and the moon turns his back
You crawl on your belly along the railroad tracks
And cross your heart and hope to die and stick a needle in your eye
Cause he'd cut my bleeding heart out if he found out that I squealed
Cause you see a scarecrow is just a hoodlum
Who marked the cards that he dealed
And pulled a gypsy switch
Out on the edge of Potter's ...
The horse ride was beautiful, challenging, painstaking, and at times boring all at once. The instructor, Orlando Bloom, promised we would see coyotes, bears, mountain lions, and moose throughout our ride. We saw nothing!!.
To this point, we’ve been on two Rocky Mountain hikes, two Rocky Mountain drives, and now a Rocky Mountain horseback ride, and we haven’t seen so much as a squirrel.
The horses left us sore ...