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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 ...
... coming in from the windows. The only things missing were clunky ski boots and beer. (Thank goodness they don’t offer beer. That road was difficult to drive down with a little altitude sickness, I can’t imagine that after a Coors light.) And then……disaster. Well, more like inconvienience….our credit card got declined at the cashier check out line three times in a row. As it turns out, the credit card account that we were planning on using ...
... reached the lake you could see some blue off in one direction but the sun was cast in shadow against an impeding rain filled sky. We did manage to do the whole hike though rain free but I was prepared. As we reached the car it began to drizzle and we started the drive down the mountain. We pulled off at a place called "Storm Pass" and what an aptly named pulloff. I could see the storm lifting over the mountains and tried to shield my camera with ...
... As we left the south end of the park, we came across a herd of collared elk. They were very large and healthy. We had lunch at the Grand Lake Lodge that just reopened last year. Their back porch overlooks the Grand Lake and there is a beautiful foyer in the lodge with an open pit fireplace and wooden porch swings around it. We drove back into the park to begin our trip home and after only about 10 minutes on the road, we saw a group ...
... peels it dropping the peels on my head, eats about 1/4 of it then drops it on the ground. He and Rodney will really hit it off when he gets here. I've seen him chasing the pet beagle around the yard in the mornings. (The squirrel, not Rodney. :)
I'm having breakfast with the family whose home I'm staying in the morning then I'm having a horse-back riding lesson in the afternoon. Life is good. Miss you all very much. Come see me!! :)