Historic Crags at the Golden Eagle Resort
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... and a stop at small burger stop for lunch . Everyone has been friendly and enjoys a chat about our trip and what they are doing.Then more great canyons and roads. we came out the hills skirted Fort Collins and headed again for the hills and dropped down into Estes Park
... for you to walk on because the plant life is so fragile that if it is stepped on it takes years to recover. Unfortunately, we were a little early to see any of the flowers blooming. They have had a very cool spring also.
Some of the wildlife we saw was: baby coyote cubs at the visitor center, elk, moose with a baby, marmots, prairie dogs. Marmots even survive on the tundra.
The park is ...
... looks just lovely and was a great rate at $175. I had asked at several other regular hotels which were kind of iffy and their rates were just as bad for a regular hotel room. This looks like it will be quite lovely and it’s a good location. It’s up in the hills which Jym likes climbing on and near the "twin Owls" rock formations which are quite amazing to see. I first noticed them when we were returning to the Stanley ...
... Rocky Mountain National Park in only half an hour. The chalet was beautiful, right next to a small river where we got our first fly-fishing initiation from Eric. While we were fishing, we've seen a black bear, wandering along the riverside. Impressive!
Monday we did a wonderful hike through the national park. The weather was sunny and warm, and we've only had one small shower in between. We were there in the perfect season, since the leafs of the aspen ...
... we decided to stay here.
We’re about two blocks from the B&B when the GPS says it doesn’t have street level information and can’t offer turn-by-turn guidance. Then it clears away the turn-by-turn guidance it had already displayed on the screen, leaving us at a three-way intersection unsure of which way to go.
By pure luck we find the B&B. It’s on a quiet side street, up a steep hill. Right in front of the B&B, ...