This is the story of two amazing individuals who worked tirelessly for the greater good of a unique town and its mountain setting. Now, here in the community that they helped to create, the memory of this remarkable couple lives in this their home; a place where together, we now can establish the Historic Stanley Home Museum and Education Center, an architectural treasure holding F.O. and Flora Stanleys stories and legacy as an inspiration for visitors and community leaders.
In this clip from our film, The Living Dream, Nick takes us back to the year 1917 and tells us about an elaborate publicity stunt in Rocky Mountain National Park involving a woman dressed in animal skin supposedly returning to nature. This is the story of the Eve of Estes. Watch the complete film on our Roku Channel! https://channelstore.roku.com/details/135726/rocky-mountain-channel
Take a step back in time as Nick Mollé shares the story of Rocky Mountain National Park's 1915 dedication ceremony in this episode of "Moments in History". Brought to you by Nick Mollé Productions and Rocky Mountain Gateway.
In this video, long time resident Pieter Hondius shares his colorful encounters with Estes Park legends, F.O. Stanley and Abner Sprague. Special thanks to the Estes Park Museum Friends & Foundation, Inc. , Estes Park Museum Stanley Hotel and Rocky Mountain Gateway
In this video, Nick Mollé introduces you to Pieter Hondius whose family operated the Elkhorn Lodge and a ranch for a good part of the last two centuries.
Did you know the name Kawuneeche Valley is from an Arapahoe word meaning Coyote?