McGregor Mountain Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Business Services
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... pointed out the larger moose, Mom, in the trees. Of course we took a bunch of pictures. We made our way back to the Fall River Visitor Center, for a bathroom break and to get a t-shirt for Nick. It was around 6:00, so we wanted to find a place to eat, we found a nice place called The Other Side, it was very good. I had a buffalo burger, Greg had a roast beef sandwich and the kids had chicken fingers, again. We went back to the campground and started a fire, ...
... valley), then we lingered leisurely over lunch at a place called The Dive in Colorado Springs (31st and Colorado), because the lunch was delicious and the view was spectacular--full panorama of Pike's Peak (if you ignore the obnoxious Starbucks sign right in the foreground!). Clear day, mild temperatures, extremely pleasant. That got us to the southern end of the Denver metroplex, however, right about 4:00, and that was not early enough to escape the ...
... at he needed to purchase peanuts for the chipmunks (that btw NEVER showed up for treats). There was no campfire, since we were packed in like truckers at a truck stop and the rear end of the RV was nearly touching the picnic table and flames just seem dangerous.
We slept good (paved parking makes for a level RV and guess what? When the RV is level and plugged in the fridge gets cold!!!)
... so crazy prospect of an actual bear approaching you, you simply have to choose from a number of fairly limited options to deal with it. Make some noise, back away slowly, never turning your back on the bear. In some ways, after all this scenario planning, I'll be disappointed if I don't see a bear ha ha. Enjoyed a lovely BBQ of chicken kebabs, corn on the cob, steak and jacket potatoes. Finished off the red wine watching the sky darken in the outdoor hot ...
There were also a lot of piles of cut trees along the side of the road. These have been assembled into bonfire piles and are ready to be burnt. The Lodgepole pines in the Rocky Mountain National Park have suffered the same fate as those in other parts of the United States and Canada. The beetle infestation has killed many trees in the forest and is a major problem here. We travelled through the park roads turning toward Estes Park once ...