Drowsy Water Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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We stayed in RV had 20 amp service and water, had a very nice time with Bill, Melody, Cassidy, Ethan, nice house, meet friend of Bill Jeff who was helping him with landscape work, jasper the dog, we walked our dogs couple of times to a park about 3 blocks long and ran and toss the ball. melody made some great common rolls for breakfast, then we drove to to Grand lakes, nice drove and area, then to Bill's work site something Ranch it also had timeshare places there. Had a great visit stay in ...
... out of their cars so I did too. I took some pictures of the hills and waited. Finally, we were let through. Another long drive through rubble and debris and I was clear of the roadwork.
As I got closer I could see magnificent mountains looming all around me, their peaks rocky and white with snow. Clouds loomed at those peaks but the rest of the countryside was bathed in warm sunlight. I entered the park and had to stop to decide my destination. The map I ...
I was up early to get ready for my full day bus tour to the Rocky Mountains. I had to be at my designated meeting spot by 7.45am so I jumped on one of the shared bikes and completed the mammoth 5 minute bike ride to the meeting spot. I knew it would be a while before I would get to eat so I popped into Burger King for a dirty old bacon, egg and cheese croissant on the way. I shouldn't have bothered as it was ****. The bus turned up and I jumped on and sat down next to a girl ...
... had a nice leisurely breakfast in the early morning sunshine and headed out to drive a big loop through the park.
Our first stop was one of the Visitor Centers at the Western edge of the park where the kids got Junior Ranger books and we all watched a video on the unique characteristics of the park. By now, the kids are experts at searching out the auditoriums in every park and settling in for the informative videos. We got some suggestions on places along the drive to ...
... time I had my jolly rancher which helped me get my mind off hiking. What bothered me a lot were the mosquitoes, and lucky for us we passed a Ranger that had some bug spray. At one point, all of the sudden it started to rain so we got out the rain ponchos, but when we got them on the rain completely stopped! When we finally got to the meadow we were hoping to see a moose, but there were none ...