Peak To Peak Lodge
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... br> So we didn't give up. We drove down to Denver and picked our daughter up at the airport. We hadn't seen her since Christmas, and she was a comfort for mom and dad. Sure enough, Brianna wanted to hike as well.
The next hike, all the way to Emerald Lake, brought us out of the montane and up above the treeline. The trail from Bear Lake first leads to bucolic Nymph Lake, full of pond lillies and lake ...
... that just made us not want to do it. We picked out another trail and headed there. We ended up at Sprague Lake and walked some of the trails there. It was gorgeous. We left there and just drove out the road to Bear Lake just to see what all the hoopla was about. Yea... I bet it was pretty amazing. I will have to save it for another time though. We had reservations to rent a RAZR at 1pm and had a pretty good drive to get out to ...
... elk scrape an aspirin-like gel from under the bark as a pain-reliever after childbirth.
We went back to the hotel and watched the rest of The Shining. I got a bit scared and agitated, but we pushed through it. We spent a bit of time planning the next leg of our trip, and had dinner in the hotel restaurant before an early night. Had a bit of trouble falling asleep again, but no spirit ...
... night. Turns out the oldest barber is a bit of a legend. Apparently his grandson has been the starting quarterback at K State University for the past 3 years (he has the signed pictures on the wall to prove it).
We went to the rodeo. It was the first night of 5. It was a PRCA rodeo, so it was of a high standard. The clown was really funny and the venue was excellent. We were reminded of how patriotic Americans are during the opening ...
... site of Denver's city lights twinkling against a dark canvas.
The climbing at "Eldo" feels much like Mt. Arapiles in Australia to us: steep, traditionally protected face climbing. However, the climbing in Eldo is even more cerebral due to its sparse gear placement options--you have to think ahead and be creative.