Loveland Heights Cottages
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... perfect seats. This fireworks show had a lot of different kinds of fireworks that I had never seen before. They made smiley faces... had letters that spelled out USA... just really unique fireworks. Even though it was good, it was also really long. Even the kids in the campsite next to us were getting bored and looking at constellations. After the show, we went to bed hoping to get an early start to hike to Bear Lake.
... for about half a mile until we reached the river and footbridge across it. The bridge was about 20 ft. long. It seemed a little strange to see such a small river when we had seen the Colorado River in Arizona in May where it is huge. We drove to Timber Creek Campground and drove through it trying to decide where we had camped. It was so different we couldn't tell. Then we headed back to Estes Park, 40 miles back across the mountain. When ...
... rangers both ways so they were pretty happy and managed to pick up their Junior Ranger books at the same time.. We walked first up to Nymph Lake and had a picnic there before heading back and doing a lap of Bear Lake...stunning views of the mountains and also a few unmelted patches of snow so plenty of snowball fights and everyone went home ...
... owner. Especially when it comes to a B&B. You expect less than quality treatment from a regular hotel staff but NEVER an OWNER. Downright deplorable. You know the ironic part. Gwen (NOT an owner) was actually treating us completely appropriately. And even if she had no intention of helping us she ACTED like she did. THAT is how you run a business. I hate to tell Diane but it will be a cold icy day in hell before I would ever consider staying ...
... is a
modified overhead log lift, no a metal contraption with interior hand holds for
an easier grip. Then there’s the Farmer’s Walk with heavy milk urns carried for
a distance, and round stone lifts. These are all undertaken by some big beefy
lads – no skinny boys here! I didn’t see any girls either. Women are involved
in bodybuilding, of course, but I’ve never heard of a World’s Strongest Woman
competition or seen ...