Hot Sulphur Springs Resort & Spa
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... A nice bench to sit on outside... A picnic area... In a quiet town.
The only sound is the occasional train or car, a bird (or coyote) in the distance making a laughing noise, and some machine humming near the gas station down the block. I walked down there earlier to buy pop, chips, and sandwiches. The dark shadows of mountains fill the blue partly cloudy, partly starry sky. I think we are two hours from Denver and it's the weekend. You could see people ...
... usual, Io and Ci slept like little babies all the way there, leaving Tegz to entertain me up front.
We knew today was going to be very busy, as the Bear Lake trails are very popular. When we arrived at the parking lot we took one of the last spaces just before 9am.
We quickly got our rucksacks on and turned on the Garmin to track our progress. We walked the 0.5 miles to Nymph Lake quite quickly although I was at the back of the team due to the effects of my growler ...
Since July 2009, after a hiking trip in Mount Rainer State Park, I've been dreaming about hiking in the Rockies. With my job, you just never know when or where you are going to be next. I got to come to Colorado that December, but it was just too cold to do any hiking.
Finally I got work around the end of March that my team was going to be working at Fort Carson for 3 weeks! I was thrilled! Three weeks means 3 weekends to go hiking! If everything went my way, I'd be hiking ...
... many people had spotted moose, we saw none.
While we were up in the area, we also had some time to visit our good friends (Melanie and Jake). They just rented a house in Gold Hill, and they definitely have it made up there. They have amazing views, and they share their bunches of acres with horses and goats. We camped in their front yard for a night. It's funny how I always feel more at home while sleeping in a tent.
... a huge beaver lodge and a beaver had passed by them only about 2 feet away! But when Kate & I followed him back, there was no sign of life and we never did get to see a beaver! The altitude was starting to affect us (we were about 9,000 feet above sea level) and we were very tired, even though it was only a short walk. We decided to go back to the campground, but first we stopped at the visitor centre again so the kids could get their Junior Ranger badges - which they ...