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... catch this blog up to date. Finally, Michael and Darlene trundled back to their trailer near Stillwater Marina. Tomorrow, they will leave for Leadville, CO, not having seen the main reason for coming to Colorado – Rocky Mountain National Park. Tears well up in my eyes and I’d feel badly except Kathy and I are in the same boat. We will stay on one more day in Granby and try to tweeze our way into the park tomorrow for a ...
... as The North Cascades or Glacier. Still, if you were in Denver and didn't mind sharing the roads and hiking trails, it certainly isn't a desolate wasteland. Even in the rain I managed to see a bunch more Elk, including a stag with some impressive antlers. I think my favourite part of the journey was actually the Scenic Highway 7 that linked the Park with Boulder. This tourist ...
... downtown and have a picnic lunch. It was perfect, we found a table in the shade and fixed up turkey sandwiches, apple, chips, and tart for desert. We drove around for a little bit taking in the cute city of Boulder, and then headed north to Rocky Mountain National Park.
It was about a thirty five minute drive to Estes Park from Boulder, which is next to one of the entrances into Rock Mt. park. We decided to pull into the Estes Park visitors center and ...
... just was not safe to be there with no place to go. I also remember Neil a friend that was hit by a tractor in Germany on a bike trip, no shoulder and he had stopped and got ran over with the tractor. I may be a whim but I have a lot of living to do and don't want to take any chances out here to prove a point to cycle every mile.
We got the bikes on the rack and off we went to Granby. The motel is so cute on the outside as well as the inside, very clean and Joe the owner ...
... bombing another person when they went thru so that the hawk ignored them as they passed.
The hike is so scenic but then it is in the Rockies. A stream runs along most of the trail all the way up to the lake.
As we were hiking along and talking 4 kids emerged from the forest on the other side of the stream. They asked if we knew how to get to Sprague Lake and we said yes that the kids had been ...
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215 E. Agate Ave., Granby | Motelfrom $92