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... to Grand Lake. Thankfully, rains came and crews have the fire contained.
After the Lulu City hike, Wayne humored me by driving up to Walden, Colorado (moose-viewing capital of the world) near the Wyoming border on the other side of the Never Summer Mountain range. I had read about Walden in “American Cowboy” magazine and had contemplated staying there. (I am thinking I made a good decision to switch to ...
... Grand Lake, stopped en route to view a few elk which were grazing on the side of the road. Found Grand lake and the Columbine cottages and pottered around the shops, but didn't buy anything. We had to change from Wolf cottage to Raccoon cottage as the tv wouldn't work! Macaroni cheese and crisps and dip for tea. Really lazy day, but walks ...
... Fan (waterfall created when big boulders were deposited at the west end of Horseshoe Park in a flood in 1982), the Beaver Ponds (no beaver anywhere in sight), and the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center (ditto on the absent beaver). We did see the park film as the last thing we did in the park. The ranger there suggested that we go have lunch at Lily Lake, a nice spot about 4 miles south from Estes Park. Once again, we thought we'd do what the ranger ...
... about an hour of searching Kristi's pointer finger started to twitch wildly. And there they were. A momma with three little cows feeding in the river not 30 feet from where we stood. We watched them for about 45 minutes. I cant tell you how fulfilling it was to finally find these animals. The boys were totally energized and I feel like my previous lesson had finally sunk in. Take the path less less traveled and put in then extra effort and things will usually pay off. ...
... Park. We stopped off at the top hoping to walk up to the highest point but it was blocked by snow. There were many trails we couldnt hike due to flooding or snow. We continued to see more elk and more elk and it didnt loose its excitement. Bear Lake was our final destination in the park and I was shocked by the amount of people on that side of the park. We hiked around the lake which was about 3/4 of a mile, when we ...