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... Springs we came to scenic Lake Granby, the result of damming up the Colorado River. Upriver where the Colorado is a stream again is the swampy K section of Rocky Mountain National Park. Here we have found moose in the past and my main goal of the day was to see another moose. In the park I accomplished this at a short hiking trail around the young Colorado River. A cow moose was grazing about 50 yards from the trailhead in the river. Ana was particularly crabby on this ...
... at the ever popular Village Inn for an early dinner. Trail Ridge Road is the highest continuous, paved road in the United States, topping out above tree line at 12,183 feet (3713 m). It crosses the Continental Divide, the east side of which all water runs east, and on the west side all water runs west. The views are stunning. On the way I got a quick view of one of my favorite animals, a moose.
After dinner we all continued west to the put-in of ...
Ahhh.. Colorado, our favourite U.S. state to date! Entering Colorado from Utah was akin to diving into a clear, cool river after a day in the desert. Snow tipped mountains, thickly wooded pine forests, clear running rivers, high alpine lakes, hiking in the summer, skiing in the winter...what more could one want? I could live here!!! Off went Garth Brooks and on went John Denver - Rocky Mountain High, Annies Song, Starwood in Aspen …. I'd ...
... at the only destination for the day, Buford Wyoming. It is the town with the smallest population, i.e. 1. Jacob wanted to get a picture of the city sign and so we did. Then we pushed onward to Loveland Colorado to our hotel. Tomorrow is factory tour ...
... history. Hey, he teaches at Yale, so that’s pretty good.
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