Saddle & Surrey Motel
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... mountains change with changes in the sky & the weather.
Drove to Alluvial Fan - area that had waterfall & gushing stream. Walked a short trail that had been partially destroyed by flooding. Saw historical sign about a dam that broke, years ago, and killed 3 people in the park.
Started to sprinkle, again! Drove past Sheep Lakes & out of the park via the Fall River Visitor Center (different from entrance ...
... we all raised our hands. Even though this was supposed to be a lot more about history, he said he could make it more about the ghosts if that's what we wanted... and that's what he did. I loved him for that! He took us to several rooms in the hotel and told us about Steven King's stay that gave him the idea for "The Shining". The tour lasted about an hour and a half to two hours. He also told us about how the show Ghost Adventurers ...
As I sit here looking out into this magical winter wonderland, I can't help but think, "wow, we did it." When Brian and I decided 8 months ago to head to South America for awhile in 2013 it felt a long way off. Although the time was short, many steps were taken to get to this place.
With Brian deciding to apply to grad school for admission fall of 2013 and me being on my own journey around ...
... successful technology businessman and author of "Fifty Favorite Climbs: The Ultimate North American Tick List " book--at the base of the Bastile Crack. Bonus!
Following the days' success, there was no rest for the wicked. The two joined another Boulder friend turning 30 in a birthday celebration. Surprisingly, the party had just ...
... 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!