Streamside on Fall River
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... and they all think they are immortal, they can do it. I actually would like to see it too though, just with somebody else's rental and somebody else driving. We finished up our time and headed back to Estes Park.
We changed into dry clothes and tried to clean up a little. We made some quesadillas real quick too. We had tickets for the regular Stanley Hotel tour at 5:40. This is the tour I signed up for when I couldn't get the ghost tour. ...
... got here. We were both really thrilled to actually cook and eat our own food again. Stocked up at a supermarket in the nearest village. People are so friendly here and have been since we arrived in the states really. It's now no surprised to be asked with genuine interest by a fellow supermarket shopper where we are from and how we are. Came back and unpacked at the cabin. It is very rustic looking but nice modern touches like an indoor jacuzzi and ...
... right now its like doing Disney in the summer. Maybe its just that with a group that large you are bound to encounter per capita more jackasses but they are everywhere. Its like they were hosting a Douche convention in there. I saw for the first time a *******ized version of the COEXIST bumper sticker which says FICTION using the same characters. That is such a hot spot for me. First of all COEXISTING is maybe FICTION because of narrow minded, ...
... shall we say bombarded?) with the dulcet tunes of a not-very-good street performer banging out John Denver's anthem to the high places. Now I expect to hear "Rocky Mountain High" five or six times during any trip to the Rockies; I just don't expect to hear it 45 seconds after I get out of the car in the tourist area. Let's just say that those catering to tourists still predictably respond to predictable tourist expectations.
... to do the next day. We agreed we wanted to see Dream Lake, and Emerald Lake which were on the same path and 1.8 miles one way. We figured that it would take at least 3 hours to do the hike, and we would have to allow for the extra time for the shuttle, so we decided on spending two nights at the park. We filled out the fee envelope, and took it up. We decided that we wanted to have a fire, and Gabe wasn’t sure if we had enough wood, so he went back up to the ...