Moraine Park Campground
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... Meadows and other open fields in the park. The Trail Ridge road is the main road through the park. The is on of America's most scenic highways. This 48 mile road rises to over 12,000 feet in elevation and crosses the continental divide. One thing I remember about our drive was the snow along the sides and how some would drive to the top and ...
... may remember from last Sunday), followed, possibly, by brunch with my dad and my brother, who are in town for the Lepidopterists' Society Meeting. They are as difficult to get a hold of as our suitcase is to pack, however (hotel phone message system failed), and they may have meetings in the morning, so that may not come off. Then we're on the plane and back to Philadelphia.
I posted photos with the relevant field notes in the captions.
RESERVOIR DOGS, NAKED TIME, CLIFF JUMPING, SOLAR BEER, AND MORE PLANKING
The next morning we wanted to take it easy, but not before I got a run in around the neighborhood and the park! I continue to try and acclimate as we move up in altitude. When I returned home we took the dogs for a swim at little beach on Horse Tooth Reservoir, a gorgeous reservoir only about fifteen minutes from where Christy lives. We dropped the pups ...
... is repeated each week.
Instead of gotcha coins, personal slips of paper that say “Zoe ROCKS (respect, optimistic attitude, cooperation, kindness and self-control) are handed out. Alison even won the “Self-Control” award for the year for her class and her name is on a rock at school (see picture). Furthermore, children are praised quite often. Zoe came home from school last week and said “Mommy, you’re a million years ...
... the possibility for some thunderstorms. Not a big deal. The skies were bright blue with no clouds that morning. Apparently, the weather in the Rockies can change very quickly. As we started out on our hike in the Bear Lake area (by the way, there are no bears in the park anymore), clouds started to come in and the wind started to blow. We were headed up to see Alberta Falls. As we walked along, the scenery was so beautiful. We walked over a couple of ...