Drowsy Water Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... the track was marked by orange markers in the trees. In this white landscape, there's no other way to mark a trail. I walk the snow but I'm only wearing my runners. And that meant they are getting wet as I walk, especially when I sink into the snow. I'm not really sure where this track goes so after a little bit, I turn around and head back. Passing a couple who are smoking weed off the track. Trying to be sneaky, but it was stinking up the place.
I get back ...
... 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 ...
... would make an appearance. But they had not been seen in the area for 13 days, and today wasn't the day either.
It was getting late, so we decided to cruise our way through the highest elevations since we needed to get to the west side of the park in order to drive to Grand Lake. As we reached higher elevations, the temperature steadily dropped until it was 55 degrees. There was snow on the north faces of the mountains! The side of the road ...
... 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 ...
... snow. I fought my way out again with tree branches and started wondering if I should continue on the trail although it was hard to call it a real trail since there was no clearly defined path other than foot prints of other hikers. I stood staring off at my destination wondering if I was even going to make it the 2.5 miles to The Loch Vale. After 10 minutes, I decided to turn back. It wasn't long after I started heading back that I ran across a lot of hikers. All of them but one ...