Daven Haven Lodge & Cabins
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... drive into the Rocky Mountains National Park, who btw. celebrates its 100 year anniversary.
Ahhhh, trees, windy roads through high mountains, wild life, flowers - just beautiful after days in the Great Plains. We are surprised how little ...
... created lakes and a small waterfall. Wildlife is plentiful and on my hikes I saw many birds, chipmunks, a marten, deer and a coyote. But the highlight was spotting a black bear crossing a small tree covered ridge. Only had it in view for 5 to 10 seconds, but the rangers told me that the park's entire bear population is only between 20 and 30 so I guess I was pretty lucky. More in part ...
... all while looking at the river right next to our table on the back patio. Chris proclaimed that his number 17 burrito which had steak, bacon, guacamole, rice, sour cream, chili beans and cheese was the best he had ever eaten.
Tuesday 6 August 2013
We decided to spend the day doing the Trail Ridge Road to Grand Lake and saw the most wildlife we have seen on the trip. Mule deer, marmot, 3 buck (male) elks, buck moose, female moose with a baby, big horn ...
... in the Southern Wild. Very interesting movie. I don't know if they are showing it at home. Take Kleenex.
Tonight, I wanted to let Rodney experience Jax. They have all kinds of seafood (mostly stuff I can't eat) and since Rod loves crab and such, I think he had a great tummy experience. I had the Colorado Trout and it was incredible. There were artichokes, capers, fingerling potatoes... I can't remember what else but it was the ...
... information and determined that camping was free for us as we had an annual National Park Pass we had purchased upon first entering Zion National Park. Early the next morning the campground host knocked on the door to collect the $20 camping fee, access to the area was free, camping cost moolah! Oh well, the fantasy of a freebie was fun while it lasted.
The next day we entered Rocky Mountain National Park from the west end. The ...