We have all heard it—“Where does the time go?” We are at the end of another season and looking forward to the next. Summer brought us many new guests to the Inn on Fall River and Estes Park. We have had many return guests as well and some who are delaying their annual stay at the Inn until a different season. Summer’s end means many things at the Inn. It means new beginnings for the baby hummingbirds that were born here a week ago—flying away and hopeful of a return flight to the area next summer. It means bears looking to fill their tummies for the long winter hibernation. The ground squirrels and chipmunks are stowing away for the long winter as well. It is a time for the elk rut to begin. Summer’s end will bring beautiful color to Rocky Mountain National Park with the changing of the Aspens.
Summer’s end means the beginning of a new school year when we think of cooler days and cooler nights. Time to think of staying a few nights at the Inn on Fall River with family and/or friends. Day hikes in RMNP to view the changes of the seasons. Time in to enjoy your own wood burning fireplace. Hot cocoa & Smores outdoors or in!
We have many events happening in Estes Park this fall—book your stay now! The whole month of October the town will be adorned with Scarecrows—come and see the great photo ops available! There will be specials throughout Estes Park all month long.
Summer’s end means new beginnings for many things—a weekend get-a-way with family/friends. We will get to meet new friends at the Inn on Fall River and welcome back some “old” ones. You know that reminds me of another cliché “Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver and the other gold.” We have been truly blessed to be where we are today—looking forward to seeing you! Enjoy summer’s end.
Posted on Fri, August 19, 2011
by Paula Scheil