Drowsy Water Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... short journey was Estes Park. It is a small tourist town, some three miles before heading into the national park. After a small break for a photo session, we headed into the national park. No sooner did we enter the park than we saw a herd of Elk grazing away
without paying slightest attention to passers-by. Seeing a herd near the park entrance reminded me of what my father often says, “Jananga interesteda ...
... several interesting stores.
Larry: Steamboat Springs was way funky. We explored several shops and galleries. One gallery had about 20 paintings of this one woman in many cowboy motifs with various symbols like cows, boots, cornstalks, eggs, horses, dogs, etc.
We departed Steamboat Springs separately because we had to climb Rabbit Ears Pass at 15 miles per hour in a driving rain storm. I'm sure you can ...
... of our stuff in the van due to bears. They said that there had actually been a bear in our area recently. These are only black bears, though, so not as worrisome as a grizzly. We were going to go out and get some dinner, but since it was such a nice night and we got set up before dark, we decided to just go get some food and cook over the fire. There was a little store just down in Estes ...
... walk. We all made it back to Odie slightly winded and climbed in, determined to explore the rest of the park. Our next stop was the Alpine Visitor Center which, as it turned out, is the highest Visitor Center in the National Park Service at over 12,000 feet. What was interesting and unique about this park and the high elevation at which we found ourselves, was the rolling, green tundra of the tops. Both Jess and Tim had pictured the tops to be more craggy and severe (after ...
... more work, but the rewards are always that much sweeter. One thing that we wanted to see here that had eluded us were Moose. Late in the day, I packed up the family and headed over the continental divide to try one last time to find these elusive creatures. The family had all but given up and to be honest no one was that into this last trek. After getting a tip from a ranger about a recent moose sighting on the west end of the park, I pressed on against the ...