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I needed to lie about coming for a tour to get past the young lad on the hotel gate, well that’s what I thought, as it turns out I probably could have said “we are coming to take pictures of the stairs from Dumb & Dumber” and he’d have let us in. The hotel is pretty amazing and everyone staying there was either rich or getting married or probably both. They had a sign preventing none guests tripping ...
... next week. As I imagined the life I would have had in my 20’s being transferred from National Park to National Park teaching all kinds of science to the kids of America I wondered , “I would have totally loved being a NPS ranger. Why didn’t I do that?” The drive up was breathtaking. I stress breathtaking because of the views AND the lack of any guardrails. We drove around 18 miles to get to the Alpine Visitor’s Center, which is as close to ...
... there is 150 of them…some church group I guess. Great. We contemplate turning around and scrapping Dream Lake but it just makes me so mad that I am giving into them but OMG they were so loud. I cannot even describe it. And it was constant, unrelenting and just unacceptable. They had chaperones too! Why would an ADULT not tell them to quiet it down and have some respect for the people around them?? What is wrong with people?? I need to ...
... fun of visiting this site is climbing on the rocks up through all the debris. Mom made it up about halfway up the fan and Jenny managed to make it all the way up with a lot of coaxing and help from dad. (Although, I know I shouldn’t be talking because I know Becky and Doug have some embarrassing photos of me from a while back trying to climb the fan.) Once we had conquered the Alluvial Fan we had a rainy picnic at Endo Valley. The nice ...
... came when we came in last night. Locals were out celebrating the rain and the better chance of avoiding a fire disaster this season. We talked to a woman on the trail who said that the flames had come so close to Boulder that the night sky was lit by them. NCAR did voluntary evacuations and the neighborhood where I am staying was on evacuation stand-by. The good planning by NCAR and city executives helped keep the ...