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... snow board down. We stopped at a couple of vistas and did a couple of short hikes. Even though is was June, there was quite a bit of snow and at times quite cold as we went up in elevation. We visited the Alpine Visitors center before turning around and going back down. This is a beautiful park that I would like to visit again for a longer period of ...
... some in the trees and more ducks on the lake. When we left Lily Lake we headed to Estes Park, found a Safeway Grocery Store and shopped for our three days. When Larry and Erin looked at the pitiful beer selection they decided to pass. Larry had seen a Liquor Store. But when we left Safeway we saw a Pharmacy that was also a liquor store. What a strange combination! They found two sampler packs of beer from Fort Collins Brewery and Left Hand ...
... we continued climbing up with more snow all around and between the trees and more slippery paths..until we reached dream lake... this was a long narrow stretch of water again frozen over with a great view of hallett peak at 12,713ft. at the end .
Here the boys wanted to do the 6 mile hike around the whole area,but we had already walked about 2 miles and the start of the path was so snowy and it was cold and and and ... so eventually we just walked another 2 mile return trip to ...
We started the day a little late. We didn't head out until around 9:00. Not much to see in Kansas. Lots of rolling hills, cows, corn, cows, corn..... for hours. The carousel in Burlington was very pretty. All of the animals were hand carved and painted by a German artist. The organ is not the original with the carousel but is similar to the one originally used. It cost a quarter for a ride and the outside animals travel at 12-15 mph which is a bit quick but the ride is ...
... which then meant we walked out with new bikes and took our old ones to the thrift store. It is amazing how much easier it is to ride around with good bikes that change gears. We have ridden about 20 miles since we bought them! Thursday night we treated ourselves to a brazilian steakhouse which was delicious but we over ate. Friday morning we took a bike ride and then moved on to Wyoming.