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... for about half a mile until we reached the river and footbridge across it. The bridge was about 20 ft. long. It seemed a little strange to see such a small river when we had seen the Colorado River in Arizona in May where it is huge. We drove to Timber Creek Campground and drove through it trying to decide where we had camped. It was so different we couldn't tell. Then we headed back to Estes Park, 40 miles back across the mountain. When ...
After a day of sporting endeavour, well a day of endeavouring to watch sport, today was back to the hiking. I was also reminded yesterday that the Bognor 10k is only two weeks away and I have not run since Sydney so first thing I had to do today was drag my lazy **** around a 5k run. It was a painful experience! Actually the first 2k was downhill and with some Underworld on the 'pod nano I managed a sub 5min kilometre and started to kid myself that I was acclimatized to the ...
... Basics but enough to fill us up.
We left the hotel and headed into the park again to do Old Fall Road and loop around to the area that was covered in cloud last night. We stopped at a great field right before the turnoff to the road and saw a bunch of elk. One big guy was bugling and went over and nudged his woman who was having none of it and eventually after her repeated attempts to ignore him failed simply got up and walked away. Very funny. ...
... at the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless. In our communications log there was a note that a hostel in Estes Park was looking for summer help. I got in contact with the owner and we set a time to meet and talk. Expecting a fully-functioning hostel, in which I would just be collecting money and doing laundry and such, I was a little surprised to find a defunct building and a completely unestablished business. The owner bought the building in the 70s and since then ...
Waking up in Rocky Mountain National Park is a wondrous thing. The Glacier Basin is surrounded by mountains so clouds are over some with other peaks visible. The basin campground has campsites are on ½ of the area with a large glassy area around the entry. A river runs along one end of the campground from the mountains on thru the valley.
Kids woke up and informed me that they had already had 2 hikes, one just after ...
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