North Shore Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... after the daughter of the founder). Lulu "City" was short-lived little mining town of 200 people. There are no remnants except the foundations of a couple of cabins along the trail.
It seemed to rain every afternoon. Colorado was getting the monsoons that Arizona so needed. One day I thought it would be fun to hike the loop trail near the resort. It went along the Colorado River and then headed back into the valley. It ...
... of our stuff in the van due to bears. They said that there had actually been a bear in our area recently. These are only black bears, though, so not as worrisome as a grizzly. We were going to go out and get some dinner, but since it was such a nice night and we got set up before dark, we decided to just go get some food and cook over the fire. There was a little store just down in Estes ...
... They had nine beers to choose from or a small glass of each. I went for the Rocky Mountain Red and the Plaid ******* after a few trial swallows of the Summit pale ale and the Wooly Booger. the Red was 5 per cent alcohol, the ******* a delicious 8 per cent. Fortunately Lin was driving! Potato skins and stuffed chillies to eat and then back to the cabins for a soak in the hot tub and a chat with the as of today new owners! Early start tomorrow as Moab is a six hour ...
... the amazing city view can only be seen by the trail, not when you are at the lake.
On our descent back to the car, we stopped a few times to enjoy the view. Estes Park is so small in the middle of so many mountains! Most of peaks were still covered with snow. The sun was setting behind the mountains. The sky was fading and changing colors. Down the mountain the birds were singing. That made the perfect closure to a beautiful day at the mountains!
At this point in our trip we have traveled about 3,250 miles, but are only 800 miles from our starting point! Apparently we did not take the most efficient route, but it was definitely the most adventurous one. Now we are moving on to Denver, and then we will follow I-70 directly to Pennsylvania for the upcoming wedding!