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... Colorado to retire to because it has 300/365 days sunshine a year and very low humidity plus - they love hiking in the mountains. They drive 24 hours to get out here from Ohio, sleeping on the road on the way. He was a firefighter (already retired 2 years) - she is working part time in an office. We hiked the last couple of miles of the trail with them, talking about the fires in the Fern Lake ...
... pulled out a guitar and serenaded us with a variety of folk songs before retreating to their tents.
The following morning we hiked a so-called "gentle" trail from the campground to Cub Lake. Considered gentle because it is relatively flat, we returned some seven miles later feeling whipped by the elevation and our aching feet.
We took advantage of the new solar shower stations that are enclosed booths open to the ...
... I nearly forgot about the mountain lions. Exhausted, back at the trailhead we still had to trek back to the Beast along a very busy and narrow highway.
A short drive to the Visitor Center at Rocky Mountain National Park we got to use our Park Pass for the first time. The drive was amazing and around every turn we were treated to more beautiful scenery. I totally tested the limits of Rob's patience by making him stop at nearly every pull ...
... into the mountains and wind around into the heights. So much to see, the scenery was breathtaking. I stopped so many times but struggled to capture it with my camera due to the glare from the snow and the overcast sky. Unfortunately the road ended in a closed gate. Unfortunately, thanks to a later start and the delay getting to the park, starting a trail now seemed a little silly. All the trails were big and the heights were twice my climb a couple of days before. ...
... of polar air which give that daily honor to spots in Minnesota or North Dakota.
My original plan was to head into a valley northwest of Winter Park ski area on some forest service roads and climb/hike a 12,500 foot peak I found described in a guidebook. That’s a local area I’ve never been into and thought would be some interesting new scenery. I was stopped, though, by a forest ranger. The road into the area was closed for a few days for road ...