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... relief really. As soon as we got to the thicker snow Ann and I became targets of the snowballing Granny, and when we seeked revenge an arms truce was quickly negotiated.
Along the way we were also accosted by a squirrel, a chipmunk, a boule ( or was it a voule, either way a little furry mouse thing) and a Stella Blue jay. All of which were happy to parade around for photographs for as long as we wanted.
At Emerald Lake the snow and wind picked up but it only added to ...
... the side of the twisty mountain road and into a fiery death. We finally got off the interstate and cut across the Peak-to-Peak Scenic byway that went through Central City and Nederland to Estes Park. Take a guess how I will describe it. Yep, like everything else, it was beautiful. Freaking crazy beautiful actually. Oh, and when we got off the interstate, I saw the first "Wellness Center" with the green cross out front. We saw a few more ...
... in it. We saw an osprey soaring overhead there. We went up and up some more and came to Dream Lake. Dream Lake was really long and it took us a while to get to the other end. There were people fishing at this lake. We saw a Clark's Nutcracker there. Then we went up an even steeper trail with lots of steps made of logs and stone. At the top we found Emerald Lake which is surrounded by steep mountains on ...
What a lazy start to the day. Not out of bed until nine or so, breakfast on the deck and then off to the park. Took the shuttle to Bear Lake at 9,475 feet altitude and walked the three and a half miles through the woods to Beirstein lake to pick up he shuttle to the car. Wildlife? Three butterflies and an ant carrying a seed! We reckon that we got up to 9,800 feet before dropping ...
... wild dogs ripping off her face and arm. He performed over 100 amputations with a tree saw and NO anesthetic except ketamine (an animal tranquilizer or more commonly known as a date rape drug). He showed me photos of people with maggots in their wounds and burns. They had no lights and worked in the dark in a building that was the only building still standing but barely…cracked and damaged they worked for hours with no real medical tools. He ...