Wind River Christian Family Dude Ranch
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... 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.
... he was owner, receptionist, sole mechanic, and a funny guy. Again, I suck at names, but his business is Alpine Automotive and Towing. He made time for us and promised to look it over from top to bottom while we wandered around Estes Park. We need to figure out away for you to remember names... His name was NATHAN silly.
This was NO great hard ship. Estes Park, although very "touristy," is a lovely place to be ...
... up on my face too. Lovely. I checked into The Stanley at about 2 and let me just say this is one thing I have so looked forward to. It is the hotel where Stephen King wrote the Shining and its haunted and I managed to get one night and was so excited. They recommended an urgent care facility right in town near the hotel…5 minute drive down the road. In addition to my heath issues I was now also faced with a hotel issue. I did not book ...
... through a gorge, and winded through beautiful southwest scenery, much of which has been used as backdrops for films and TV commercials. To get a better idea of how the scenery was used in film, we stopped at the Film Museum located in the Red Cliffs Lodge (a gorgeous place!). The museum was small, but cool, and interesting. We continued along the road, stopping for a photo shoot with the famous Fisher Towers behind us and the ...
... can guess what they look like) and further on, an even higher mound with no tourists - so I climbed up those! There was quite a breeze wobbling the rocks at the top so I balanced long enough for a photograph before swiftly moving lower onto more stable grounding! The view is incredible from up there!!!
I wonder if the mountains will be like this in Canada?
On walking back, we saw two elk grazing in the distance, only about 50 ft. away! One of ...