Devil's Thumb Ranch Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Today I attempted to fulfil Oscar's request to go fishing while here but didn't really accomplish that. Without spending hundreds of pounds on proper fly fishing, or having all the tackle and a fishing licence, our only option was 'Trout Haven'. Oscar and Olav quite enjoyed it but it was really pulling out ...
... mountain. Ruby became so attracted to that hill she had to hike up it.
Stewart was ready to relax so he was to be back to pick her up an hour later.
Here is what Ruby found:
this hill with wildflowers covering the whole hillside along a narrow path. At the
top of the hill were a few trees. With my new boots i felt like running up the
hill. Instead I stopped on the way up taking photos of flowers ...
... car and continue my drive to bear lake. It's getting more overcast as I snake up the mountain. I pass other trail heads. I stop and look and they warn of bears and actions on seeing one. These tracks tempt me but they are on snow again and I want to see bear lake. I continue my drive. I reach the car park for bear lake and see people leaving. I step out of the car and the wind is blowing a gale. I see sprinkling of snow in the air and am undeterred. I walk to the trail ...
Feeling educational, Jo, Rachel, Nevin and I decided to test our new knowledge and go on a hunt for the fearsome pine beetle. Our walk quickly descended into total chaos, as Jo the geography teacher taught Nevin how to lick rocks to figure out what type they are and we re-enacted the famous and entirely fictional hunting of the great elk, with Rachel playing the elk, complete with horns.
Back at the ...
... evening in the quaint town of Estes Park. A nice hot Mocha from Long's peak coffee and paper house and McDonald’s book house was a relaxing way to spend the evening. Once it was dark, I drove back into the park for a different type of activity! I was going to listen to the Elks in the dark. It was magical to listen to these beasts communicating. It was perfect setting with slight rain, temperature in the high teens and the Elks making elky ...