Estes Park, Colorado, Gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. On our visit last Fall, I wrote a lengthy post about awe-inspiring scenery, the male elk that lined the roadsides and the food that I packed along for the stay in the cabin. Let’s see what Springtime in the Rockies holds for this trip.
Our last camping trip took us to Moraine Park in majestic Rocky Mountain National Park. Located about 2 1/2 hours northwest of Denver, we’re truly lucky to have such a beautiful and sought after vacation spot so close to home. To get to RMNP we head north out of Denver to Loveland then turn west through
I must admit that I truly believe the four of us deserve some sort of culinary award for this camping trip. Perhaps the coveted James Beard Award For Camp Grub?? 😉 Looking for ideas for camping food? Award winning cast and crew, Dan, camp photographer, Teri, French Toast Genius, Rusty and Daisy camp dogs, myself slider/salad queen, Zia
Camping Turquoise Lake Colorado. Sunset over the lake from Molly Brown Campground. Our trip and camping food. Thursday, June 25: We’ve been looking forward to and planning for our first camping trip for weeks. Our plans were to head to Turquoise Lake early Friday morning. Picturesque Turquoise Lake is about 2 1/2 hours west of