As our community continues to recover from the devastating flood, we are daily treated to views of our majestic environment. Thanks to our friend Dave Rusk for this picture of Deer Mountain behind our lodge. Even as we work to repair damaged roads, structures, and lives in our community we look up and out and see the evidence of much beauty. This strengthens our resolve to bring back our Town to its more normal condition so that you, our guests, may enjoy it as we do. And we are making progress in the clean up. Our Town is open and ready have you come and enjoy! Yes, the drive to Estes Park is a bit longer–you need to go through Boulder, up CO 119 to Nederland, then CO 72 up through Ward to CO 7 and then on to Estes Park. It is a beautiful drive in the crisp Fall weather, I made it yesterday.
We continue to be grateful for all the help we are receiving from other communities. Last evening I talked with a Larimer County official who is helping assess the damage to structures and what can be done to repair or replace them. As he was telling me about the conditions he was finding in a number of places, I could see the hurt he was feeling for those whose lives have been so impacted by the flood. I thanked him for his help and he assured me that he and others like him would stay with us until the work was done. We do live in a wonderful community and country!
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