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... full when we left around 10 AM.
Stopped at Sprague Lake and walked loop around it. Wonderful views of mountain range from the far side of the lake. When we left, this small lot was full.
It was up to 63 & sunny! Drove to the Trail Ridge Road and started up it around 11:20 AM.
Hit over 10,000 feet in elevation early on & saw snow melt gushing down hillsides making mini-waterfalls in many places. Stopped ...
... there yet. There was one trail that Tyler wanted to go on, but it was rated more difficult and after seeing what was rated easy, I didn't want to do it. It was also muddy from the rain. I don't want to pay for a RAZR or die! They had already told us if we did that trail, you can't turn around on it or you will surely flip the machine. If you started, you had to go the whole way. There was a plane crash at the end and I'm sure it ...
... to leave the hotel). We did a few different exercises trying to engage the spirits, but nothing happened. We finished under the main building in a tunnel under the foundation. The tour took 1 hour 40 minutes, which we weren't expecting, and we were both feeling a little off - very thirsty, headachy and tired. Probably the effects of the altitude, not helped by the whiskey earlier. We went back to the bar for dinner. Justin had elk meatloaf and I ...
... getting thirsty and hot. Their motivation and speed began to wain. That's when the reinforcements were called in.
Lindsey met the boys at 11:30am at the base of their next climb, Rewritten. Six liters of water,
four-inch thick sandwiches, fresh fruit, candy, and cheers, the two were refilled with energy and stoke.
... uncertain if we could make it to the top and back before sundown. We've decided to take the risk (we had a flashlight just in case).
This was a complete different trail. No snow, no ice, no pines. Just rocks. Ok, there were some pines and other trees, but it was much more arid. The trail was not hard, but the way up was steep.
The mountain didn't look like a mountain. It was as if someone had put several huge rocks, one on top of the ...