Daven Haven Lodge & Cabins
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... busting, had only a few entrants. Mutton busting went on forever!
After ice cream socials and cowboy breakfasts, we needed to do some hiking. With the exception of Nymph Lake on the east side of the park, most of our hiking was toward the summit and down the west side. We hiked the short Tundra Communities Trail to an elevation of about 12,300 feet. On my 69th birthday, we hiked eight miles round trip to Lulu ...
... beside the road! The baby was really inquisitive about the cars and humans that had stopped to watch and tried to get up on to the road, but mum wasn't so keen, and the watchers scattered quite quickly as she came to round up her calf. This was followed by a herd of elk on a bank by the road who then crossed just behind us! We went on to Adams falls and a bit further to the meadows, and then it was time for refreshment. The Grand Lake microbrewery for beer ...
... the Atlantic Ocean and any water to the west flows out to the Pacific Ocean. We carried on and stopped for lunch at a town called Grand Lakes which was absolutely beautiful. The town sits on the shore of a large lake which is pretty grand. Might be how the town got its name me thinks. It had a beautiful mountain backdrop and seemed to be popular with boaties. We had lunch outside, beside the lake, before hitting a local ice cream shop. I had a peanut butter-cup flavoured ...
... is a pain to view websites on. What
about the people who don’t have internet access when reading this book? An
e-book should have all the needed information, it shouldn’t just be a
collection of links.
I bought this book primarily for the “What to Buy” and “What
to Eat/Drink”. The disappointing part is I found more details in the author’s
blog posts than I found in this e-book. In ...
We finally left Central City on the 4th of July and headed farther into the mountains. I was a bit worried about going over Berthoud pass with a camper but I put the truck in 2nd gear and we were good to go. There was so much more snow that I have ever seen in July and there was a lot of water coming of the mountain. We spent the rest of the 4th walking around Grand Lake. We were shocked to see so many people there ...