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      1. You never know. A lottery win?
        Maybe as a family gathering – there are some off season dates where it is cheaper. You can cook/grill meals – not eating out saves a lot of money. Staying high up in the Mts is an experience everyone should have once….and then we have to scrape up and pay for it HAHA

      2. When I was little, most of our family vacations were spent in Allenspark, at about 8,500 feet. Several small restaurants/cafes, a stable, a little general store. Could walk to the nearest Wild Basin trailhead. But the seclusion my parents enjoyed didn’t include the mountain vistas that I love so much.

        Yes, a lottery win would be nice.

      3. I don’t know of anything to recommend. We always rented a cabin. They were quite rustic, and that was in the ’50s! No telling what’s there now.

      4. HAHA One of my vacation cabin finds was a “rustic” like ancient log cabin – small basic bath, light bulb hanging on a wire from ceiling, and you could see between the logs and the rain came in. Ah, everyone should have that experience as a child – teaches you to be grateful for what you have HAHA (They did not think it was funny back then – but it was very cool in it’s own way…luckily we did have sleeping bags)

    1. I keep saying it’s my favorite place in the world, but to be accurate, I should probably say it’s my favorite of the places I’ve been. There are some other places in the western US and Canada that may be prettier. Still, I feel very lucky to have finally managed to move here.

... and that's my two cents