We are finding out here at the Inn on Fall River, that the seasons come and go in a rather quick manner—we went from our spring season directly to our peak season and now we are moving into fall—with the change in the seasons, come many changes from Mother Nature. The river is starting to look more like a creek. The leaves are starting to turn a bit and when the wind blows through them, you can hear fall in the air. The animals are all starting to prepare for winter. We were lucky enough to have a bear on our property a few days ago, doing what he was supposed to do—not getting into the garbage, but rather stuffing himself on berries. One of our guests was very lucky to capture him on video and with her permission we are posting it on our website. We would like to thank Jennifer Brown for the footage of the bear.
We would like to remind you that it is a wonderful time to visit Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. The season of fall is like no other—the sound of leaves crunching under your feet as you walk your favorite trails, the smell in the air of nothing but freshness and the fact that it is cooling off and you can build a fire in your room or cabin here at the Inn on Fall River. There are many events in Estes Park to experience as well—check out the events we have highlighted on our site. We look forward to having you join us at the Inn on Fall River.
Posted on Thu, September 23, 2010
by Paula Scheil