Della Terra Mountain Chateau
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... the high school, we finish on the track, Les and Linda cheering me on, the last 200 Meters is a complete joy and the sense of relief\accomplishment of the finish washes over me. I have a smile from ear to ear, I have somehow shaved 35 minutes off of
last year's Estes Park Marathon and this after a huge hike in the Canyon. You can see my run as captured by Garmin here:
Our first day in Estes Park is sunny but windy! We got up early and went to the Big Horn Restaurant for breakfast. Mike had corned beef hash with eggs and I had a very delicious waffle with blueberries. After breakfast we checked out of our hotel and headed to Rocky Mountain National Park. We stopped at the visitor center to check on hiking conditions. They got snow the last few days, so ...
... have body guards to protect him. I looked at his photos and heard his stories and was just humbled. He is an amazing man who travels the world to give back what gifts have been given to him and I am blessed to be so sick in his mighty presence. I would take the hives any day to get a reality check like that from such an honorable man. Dr. Curt Weibel you are awesome. And your office staff is so professional and compassionate too. I cannot thank ...
... across the lake so we pulled out our fleece jackets. We snapped a couple pictures of Bear Lake, hit the restrooms, and then started our journey to Emerald Lake. The entire hike was all up hill as we gained about 800 ft in elevation. The first lake we came too was Nymph Lake which was beautiful. Then we continued our journey up and through some snow to Dream Lake, about a mile up. Then we continued the next 0.7 miles up to Emerald Lake walking through more snow and ...
... nice places to rest and enjoy nature, weather allowing. It was hard to know when the lake ended the the margin started because of all the snow that still covered the water and the land.
On the opposite side of the trail that led us to the lake, we found some iced snow melting so fast that several drops were falling, making it a beautiful spectacle of mother nature. It looked like a frost tiny waterfall. Branches of one of the pines were frozen ...