Eastholme in the Rockies
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Day 3 by Jackson All day long all of the kids were asking, "when will we see the mountains?" Finally, after 6 hours of driving we could see them! Along the way we saw lots of animals. We saw antelope, rabbits, groundhogs, and dear. I was the first one to spot the prairie dogs. I learned about prairie dogs at ...
... onto the hills behind the gardens so we could get a different perspective. We took way too many photos, but there were some nice ones in amongst them all. There were quite a few rock climbers on some of the rock formations and we stopped and watched a few of them. We had lunch at a wee craft beer microbrewery on the outskirts of town called Trinity, wheat beer and a ...
... to the van. It was still pouring. I dashed back inside the restaurant to gather up my riders and head down Ute Pass. That was when the Colorado State Patrol showed up and closed eastbound Highway 24 (Ute Pass). Flash flooding concerns caused the cautious road closing.
We all sat in the front dining area and waited. While we waited, we began considering our options for getting back to Colorado ...
... line on his motorcycle, waved to the crowd and flipped his bike. At the top is a flat parking lot where he crashed and flew over the side of the mountain into the rocks. Three years ago I climbed the Barr trail up that back side of Pikes Peak with my son and we hiked through that boulder field. It is rugged terrain. Our prayers go out to his family and friends. This was one of the race stoppages that made our day a long one on ...
... trip takes you through 4 life zones from lush high plains to fragile alpine tundra. Passing cascading streams and through a steep canyon of gigantic boulders and tall pines towards our destination of Pikes Peak well above the tree line.
The animals seen along the way were the Yellow Bellied Marmots and Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep. We climb to to 14,110ft above ...