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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the high school, we finish on the track, Les and Linda cheering me on, the last 200 Meters is a complete joy and the sense of relief\accomplishment of the finish washes over me. I have a smile from ear to ear, I have somehow shaved 35 minutes off of
last year's Estes Park Marathon and this after a huge hike in the Canyon. You can see my run as captured by Garmin here:
... we had a BBQ in front of our lodge inches from the river. Whilst cooking, Jake and I rehearsed numerous bear escape strategies, mostly in jest but with a touch a sincere desire to plan for such an event. Funny how fears get so much less fearsome the closer they are. Back home, bears are just a remote concept, just something to stare at in zoos. The idea of one in the wild being in close proximity to you seems terrifying and deadly. But when faced with ...
... over and kissed the kid! Now we are wondering if it was a short boy looking chestless woman???? Bizarre. Finally near the top we pull off to let people pass and we end up behind a very ordinary looking man and his wife and they had gotten out to take a picture. You could just tell he was really enjoying himself and then I realized he was laughing at himself because he kept missing a shot of a bird that kept flying past. He smiled at us and we started ...
... lunch snack (it was noon when we arrived) while sitting on a rock by the lake, we headed back. Seth knew of a short cut back through the woods, so we took that, and then when we neared the bottom, decided to take a little .5 mile hike up to Bear Lake. Seth didn't tell us until we set out on our way, that this .5 mile was mostly uphill! But it was still a nice way to end ...
... sense our presence and erupt on cue. This did not happen so we sat around for about an hour. It was definitely worth it in the end as she spewed out water high into the air. The only downside was it added more time to our commute to Jackson and we only saw the town in the dark. But we did get upgraded to a cute little log cabin for the night, one of the nicest places we've stayed on the roadtrip so far.
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