Rodeway Inn - Loveland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Friday August 1, 2014
This morning we headed west on US Rt. 34 to the town of Estes Park and the entrance to the “Rocky Mountain National Park”. We continued west on the “Trail Ridge Road” that rose through the pine forest up to over 11,500 feet and the tree line, where the road went over the barren tundra. There are plants here on the tundra that can only be found in 2 other ...
... prices you expect a bathroom with lights at night. They remembered to put a change machine in the bathroom so you can pay for your shower, but forgot hand soap. Even outhouses in the middle of the national forests have hand sanitizer. Soap is far too expensive for Colorado State Parks. Earlier in the day we passed an overlook with picnic tables, a wayside built by the BLM but Colo State Parks claimed the right to charge $7 just to drive to a wayside. Ridiculous. I hate ...
... parking lot.
The wind stopped blowing when we got back. After dinner we had a nice walk around the park. Very nice grounds, but sites only have electrical so we had to fill up the water tanks and will have to use the trailer dump before we leave.
Tomorrow we will leave the trailer here to tour the Rocky Mountain National Park. John Denver song ringing in my ...
... group got to tour INSTAAR (Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research) and meet with Dr. John White who is the director of this facility. He's a very dynamic speaker and I'm pretty sure I've seen him interviewed on CNN or something similar. The second part of the trip was to tour NOAA. Their security is about as tight as Redstone Arsenal. Not sure what's going on there that has them so uptight. We got to actually see the analysis in progress ...
... Silverton, Ouray (called the Switzerland of America) and the amazing San Juan mountains. Completely surrounded in peaks between 13 & 14 thousand feet. The highway was named for both the views and the amount of silver & other precious minerals mined in the area. I don't think I've ever seen anything like it, to see it again in winter would be fantastic, but that road is closed for weeks on end during the winter. Caught a glimpse of a yellow - bellied Marmot, on ...