River Rock Cottages
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... try to at least pull over and let them go around me because I will NOT be that person who drives slow forever with a line of cars behind me. Oh nuh uh! Anyway, there were several tunnels at the top of the mountain passes that we drove through - wasn't expecting that. There was one section that supposedly had bighorn sheep and you could tune your radio to get more info - not sure what that was all about. We finally ...
... the car died again, just stretches of winding two-way road, with a mountain on one side and a drop off on the other.... As the sun was going down, and we were going up, my heart pounding, and LD reading off the miles to go, I felt like I held my breath the entire final 7 miles till we reached Estes Park, with wider roads and civilization.
We made it to The Stanley Hotel, the inspiration for Stephen King's novel, The ...
... this sort of "huh" sound she made. I have never encountered a B&B owner who was so outright nasty to a customer who drove all the way the hell up there to try to work something out to stay at her establishment!! (by the way it is NOT close to the park enough to be convenient) I was so taken back by this and decided to CLARIFY and said “No I DIDN’T say I didn’t want it. The last communication we had was you saying to let ...
... north to the 80. We weren't sure about driving through the rocky mts in a downpour with flash flood warnings, and a leaky money pit. It was looking grim. We decided to press on. The rocky mts were fantastic. We drove the rv up over the highest pass at 12000 ft. Everybody got out at the summit and there was a huge meadow with blooming flowers. The kids just ran through the meadow to stretch their legs and blow off some steam. We went to the visitor center ...
... our journey. It also meant we would miss out on visiting the Grand Tetons National park.
We entered Yellowstone and were instantly impressed. The entrance is flanked by massive snow capped mountain ranges and the road hugged a beautiful, cold stream. Joseph busied himself reading out all of the sights we could see along the way. Our route was somewhat restricted due to roads still being closed but there was still ...