Stone Mountain Lodge & Cabins
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I didn't care. Sure enough, the entrance to the Bear Lake Trail had me misty. We hadn't hiked the park in ages, because they don't allow dogs. So this trail really brought back memories that date back to our early years and our many trips when we were young. Bear Lake is an easy, scenic little trail. In fact, it's reasonably accessible for wheelchairs, with help. But the loads of bus riding hikers hanging around the lake made it hard to enjoy. So ...
... hike at a couple of points.
Here is a bit about rocky mountain national park taken from the nps website. "Rocky Mountain National Park is a living laboratory.
The riparian (wetland) ecosystem of the park is based in 150 lakes and 450 miles of streams. Lush plant life and dense wildlife are the hallmarks of these wet areas that speckle and divide other ecosystems.
Forests of pine and grassy hillsides dominate the montane ...
... vegetable curry while explaining the finer points of making a fender stratocaster.
Went into boulder and got Tracy's iPad
Got oil for the bike. 15W/50 fully synthetic, very expensive. But very ...
before. When I got over the crest I could see over to a set of mountains on all
sides. I was standing in total open space as far as I could see. I felt so free
and the song "the hills are alive" came to my mind. Kinda queer, I know but the freedom that was
felt was alive....
Ruby's descent, we decided to find a place to take a short walk and hang out for
awhile and do nothing. And of course we did; on ...
... was only a few miles away. We cooked some sausages and had sandwiches and chips, a meal with little clean-up! It was cold again, so we decided to call it a night and get into our warm sleeping bags.
Driving on the scenic road out of Moab seeing the beautiful red rocks
Seeing our first moose
Driving on Trail Ridge Road
Getting set up before ...