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- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... about to pour down rain any minute. We just trekked back to the one stop we knew and didn't beat the rain. We finally got on the shuttle with all the other soaking wet people and went back to KOA. When the rain stopped, we grilled out in front of our cabin and toasted some marshmallows. It was also freezing cold outside by now. Our KOA was right by Lake Estes and they do a big fireworks show over the lake. We ...
... After a round of really fun mini-golf we headed to our site for dinner. I made the kids cheese pizza hot pockets (they’dnever had them before), 90-second bagged rice and frozen green giant peas in butter sauce. Will and I had frozen Amy’s bean burritos and a bagged southwestern salad kit with and avocado. I was pretty proud of my 100%252525 microwavable camp dinner. For the record – I feel that there is SO much more to do in Rocky Mountain and in ...
... reached the lake you could see some blue off in one direction but the sun was cast in shadow against an impeding rain filled sky. We did manage to do the whole hike though rain free but I was prepared. As we reached the car it began to drizzle and we started the drive down the mountain. We pulled off at a place called "Storm Pass" and what an aptly named pulloff. I could see the storm lifting over the mountains and tried to shield my camera with ...
... I was still glad to have seen one that close but I was on a mission for moose. We had coffee by a duck pond then headed to the park. There were wild turkeys at the ranger office. They didn't come when I called them like the ones in our backyard used to. :) We took Fall Creek Road to the summit. It's a gravel road and is one-way. It was a beautiful drive. This one made Rod more nervous than the Mt. Evans road but I handled it ...
... number of families I see traveling with large numbers of children, in many cases some or all of the children born since the economic collapse. I try to imagine that they are all filthy stinking rich and can afford both numerous children and to travel with numerous children, but my cynical side suggests large credit card debts are more likely. Go figure. We have seen quite a large number of families traveling here with infants under six ...