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... 8230; different. This is the first place 5 years of cross country trips that we have returned to twice. I could try my best to describe it for you, but I would fail. All I can say is that if you ever find yourself anywhere near this area of the country, follow the river west and prepare for an experience of spiritual proportions.
Continuing the theme of spirituality…. I happened upon a Tibetan Buddhist retreat center deep in the mountains surrounding ...
before. When I got over the crest I could see over to a set of mountains on all
sides. I was standing in total open space as far as I could see. I felt so free
and the song "the hills are alive" came to my mind. Kinda queer, I know but the freedom that was
felt was alive....
Ruby's descent, we decided to find a place to take a short walk and hang out for
awhile and do nothing. And of course we did; on ...
... river which was continuing to reveal incredible habitats of
enormous area of riffles and pools and flowing clear, cold water. There was a riverside road in the park that we noticed and drove on that
apparently was for fly fishing access but it was early in the season for
fishing due to the high and cold water.
The river habitat went on for miles of riffles and pools…
The entrance road had a steady stream of ...
... 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 ...
... addition), saw two Moose--a mother and her calf, went on down to Grand Lake and had an ice cream (butter pecan for MIN, Caramel Dream for me--both delicious), and then spent another two hours toodling back.
On the way back, we stopped at the highest place on the road in the park (just over 12,000 feet) where you can usually count on Pika, and we saw several. Even got photos this time. Then we stopped at Rainbow Curve, where the ...