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... Everyone is so open and friendly, it becomes clear just how unusual it is to talk to strangers in Australia and if you do your CRAZY. Not here! Obviously still getting over some nerves which is normal but I've just done up my dorm and hopefully heading to target soon with my mentor Sarah and her roommates which is awesome. Word lingo of the day: Word! Ram out! ...
... and there has been a lot of dusty hiking over the past couple of weeks. That however was not my problem. After all, that is what they make chlorine for!
The next morning we headed for the Pikes Peak Cog Railway. The train climbs a 25 percent slope for 8 miles to the top of the 14,000 foot summit. The whole time up the boys and I razed Kristi about the possibility or her dying from altitude sickness. She is particularly sensitive to altitude and we could not ...
... the Madison campground
about 20 miles away toward the west entrance to the Park. But we were confused
with which campgrounds offered what and found that Madison, where we had stayed
during our first 2 days in Yellowstone, did not have showers and laundry.!! Oh
well… We proceeded west to depart the
Park; but before we left we stopped to have breakfast at an area next to the
Madison River. The west entrance road
... night so we slept through most of the trains. The ride down was scenic all of the way, and the heat soon dissipated to the cooler climes with a little rain. Fort Collins was a very lovely town with lots of cafes, art and even a real coffee shop. We had yummy salads for lunch served by Tiffany at the Blind Pig. The tourist information at Fort Collins was excellent and we managed to change our flights to get to San Fran earlier, unfortunately the city has a ...
... came a Long-Tailed Weasel. It headed off to the kitchen and collected its mouse breakfast. Mystery solved. Weasel came all summer; ate all the mice.
The trip to the Pika rocks was about 1.5 miles out and back, so a good bit further than we went yesterday and on less easy terrain, but MIN was game, and we made it back in one piece and still on speaking terms. We went into the Visitor's Center to have a hot drink, and, since it ...