Eagle Cliff Bed and Breakfast
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... It kept attempting to cross the road, but people were spooking it. It was smart enough to go up the road behind the cars and cross over to its mother.
We traveled up the mountain roads and saw snow on the mountaintops. It was a winding steep road in spots and it took my breath away at times. We saw beautiful meadows and forests. We also saw the beginnings of the mighty Colorado River. If we wanted to hike 7 miles up the mountain, we ...
... there it was in a huge forest. The trees all had to be cut down because they were dead or dying from the Pine Bark Beetle. It is a native beetle but the warmer winters combined with lack of rain and no natural fires have caused them to be much more abundant. There are whole mountains sides full of dead and dying trees on the west side of the park. We continued down some very sharp switchbacks to the Colorado River Trailhead. We walked ...
... tea pot.
Today we are having an open house/lake party. Some folks who can take Wednesday off are coming by to swim and relax lake side. I am looking forward to catching up with friends that I haven't seen in a while. The sun is shining and the sky is that perfect blue that you only see in Colorado. Hopefully the wind will stay at bay an we will not get blown of the lake.
We were up early and at the mammoth dig by 8 o'clock! Very good, it was. A large sinkhole which used to have warm water in it and grass growing at the edges, but really slippery with mud, so whatever fell in couldn't get out. Only about a third has been excavated so far, and some 120 mammoth skeletons have been unearthed! Good display, well documented. We then set off for Fort ...
... after my visit to the dr. Which on that note…I can see some slight improvement on my arms and hands and face but my legs are still bad. I know it takes time but at least I have meds on board now.
We drove into the park briefly and looked for elk and then came back when the room was ready and I took a nap. All these pills are wiping me and I know the best time to see wildlife is dusk and dawn so I am trying to ...