Larry and Bev, our blogging friends from Tennessee, have been threatening to head to the Wild West for over a year now, and their long awaited visit finally became reality. Their 4,000 mile journey included a stop to the Denver area and I must say, it was a pleasure to finally meet “the breakfast king”
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.
Keeping the stew simple and savory, you can pass chopped tomato, onions, cilantro, jalapenos and lime wedges at the table to add an array of fresh flavors to finish.
A menu of Tapas Style Appetizer Back Deck Party Recipes.
Camping at Moraine Park Campground, Rocky Mountain National Park. And the camping food that went with us. 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