Lazy R Cottages
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... will be an early night again with the alarm scheduled to wake us at 5. I am a little nervous\anxious for the marathon which is normal for me the night before it is a huge under taking and I know what is ahead of me. I am hopeful that I will get some rest tonight. Les seems relatively at east with his pending 21Km run through the hills of Estes I am sure we will both be happy once we cross the finish line.
End day ten. ...
... mountains even though the coldest it ever got was 18C and the mountain side was filled with dagger like green trees. At the top we saw 3 male elk right next to the road grazing. The way back down was via an actual road so slightly less terrifying but views still amazing. Came back to our temporary little home and had another BBQ. Tomorrow, we leave for Arches National ...
... where we would stay for the night. We found a Motel near Denver. After spending the rest of the morning looking around boulder we headed to the hotel so we could relax for a while. There was a nice pool which was good fun. We decided to stay in the Motel for the rest of the day to try and regroup and devise a plan!
... I took Samson on a 7 mile run, 4.5 of which was on a trail around Monarch Lake. What a stunning place. The only drawback was that dogs are required to be leashed, there was a ranger there when I arrived and it was early enough that there were still plenty of deer in sight. We saw 8 that morning. Samson takes off like a bolt when he sees a deer, and I didn't want to chance losing what would quickly be my ex-boyfriend's dog. Aside from having to ...
... work at the national parks. On the way back I parked at Storm Pass Trailhead at 5:30. The little river looked so beautiful in the late afternoon and I saw a boulder so I had to go down and read for a fifteen minutes. I got pictures, then climbed up on the boulder, lay back and read eight more pages.
The Hollowell Park picnic tables were full so I had to go on. I turned left toward Moraine Park but turned away from the campground. I drove past ...