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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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After leaving red lodge we passed through settlements of first National people - very depressing - with squaller and run down housing. Even though they appeared to have nothing they had huge rv's out the front of their properties We saw 100's of prong horn - a type of deer - which we had previously risked life and limb to get a photo of.
As Rod and Sue apologized for the continuous unusual frigid wintery weather we were experiencing here in Loveland, we revelled in it. -3 C is balmy for us. On Sunday they drove us in to the mountains that are the vistas seen from their beautiful home. Estes Park, snowshoeing around Bear Lake, a visit to the Stanley Hotel where the movie The Shining was ...
... and marked all the good sites on the map they gave us... in case we want to know for another time. You never know.
We got back to our cabin, ate a cliff bar, and walked next door to the Sombrero Stables. We wanted to do the 2 hour ride and had to wait a few minutes while they got horses for us. Tyler got Al Pacino and I got Moses. Moses' brother was named Ricky Bobby - I love their names. I thought ...
... a formation that looks like a mushroom. Further on there was a large mound of rocks which Larry and Erin climbed to the top and I took pictures from the bottom. Rock climbing is not something I do much of anymore. On the way down Larry and I spotted an American Pipet to add to our bird list.
We went through Iceberg Pass and then stopped at the Lava Cliffs. These cliffs were formed by a volcano. There were snow fields at the top ...
... restaurant, but food not so great. Shopped and had an ice cream cone before going to check in at our condo, Woodlands on the River. We loved our condo! Very comfortable king size bed, fireplace and great location just 2 miles from town and the national park. Elk were feeding everywhere. The first day we stopped to take pictures, but after a few sightings, their presence wasn't so unusual ...