North Shore Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- 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 ...
We woke up to a beautiful sunshiny morning. It was a little cold to sleep but we all agreed it was not as cold as at Yellowstone. We decided that today was going to be our horseback riding day. Maddie and Mom had been looking forward to this since we had been planning for the trip. (Dad was not quite as excited.) The stable was booked for the morning so we took the 1pm time. We were a little leery because it looked like there was supposed to be some ...
... 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 ...
... before 9 or after 4, so we determined to do that. Along with about 5,000 of our closest friends. Despite the fact that we left the hotel about 8:15, the lines going down were long. We did have to stop for about 20 minutes at one spot (as warned) while traffic was led through a one-way stretch, but we hit the second spot better, so we did not have to stop as long--maybe 5 minutes. We were warned, at the first stop, that the Bear Lake ...
This year, I’ve hiked in the Drakensburg Mountains in South Africa and Yosemite National Park, but somehow these recent days in Rocky Mountain National Park have allowed me to fully live into my vision. Yesterday we hiked more than two hours, circling Bear Lake and hiking to Alberta Falls, a dry run for today’s challenges. This morning we got an early start on a crystal clear, cool day and hiked a steep trail to Nymph Lake where I had my ...