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... each of the lakes. And we took in the vistas and enjoyed the quiet and the softness of the early morning sun. We drove through Gunnison, an old small town with it’s own brand of charm and the home of Western State Colorado University, a private college located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.
The next part of the drive took us up to 11,300 ft., to the Monarch Crest, one of several points on the Continental Divide which we ...
... least chipmunks, and many golden-mantled ground squirrels. Views of the mountains were gorgeous! After returning to the campground for ice cream treats at the Darlings' motor home, we drove to the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center for the requisite national park movie. Then it was nap time for some and game time for Sophie, Bennett, Rose and Grant. Dinner was chicken tacos and quesadillas from Cindy's kitchen. Then it was over to our campsite for s'mores and later a moose in the ...
... up the mt. trail, we turned
around due to deep wet snow remaining making it difficult to walk. It was sunny and hot and the snow was melting.
When we were
ready for lunch, Stewart, who has become a master at finding unpopulated
picnic areas with view great views, found another with a view of a beautiful mt. valley populated with numerous elk. We
made lunch watching the Elk and looking up at this large hill and the foot of ...
... Todd to climb (I think he was really scoping out places to push me off a cliff!). From these high vantage places the views are incredible, as you can see vistas for miles and miles -from deep in the valleys to distant snow-covered mountain ridges.
One last activity in the park -- another batch of snow cream, this time made with Rocky Mountain snow!
... Rt 128) a scenic road out of Utah driving right in the canyon with the beautiful red rocks on either side of us. I really think that Utah is an interesting place.
We drove for several hours and then stopped for a quick break for some snacks, bathroom break, and to switch drivers. Now it was Mom's turn to get to drive some of the fun, winding mountain roads! We made it into Rocky ...