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... 3 puffy jackets later we were much more comfortable. Driving the squiggly roads through the mountains to reach estes parks it suddenly began to snow much to the kids delight. They have never seen snow before and it was one of the things they really wanted to see. Their squeals got louder and louder the higher up into the mountains we got and the trees were ...
... lightening and thunder. When we got back to the car it started to sprinkle.
On the way back from Sprague Lake we saw a bunch of cars pulled off on a side road and then we saw a couple of elk. So we pulled in and parked and four elk came running across the field. They went further back the road and lots of people were following them at a safe distance. When we crossed the little stream and walked up the hill on the other side we saw a ...
... fun for me to actually see and touch these planes that were flying around gathering data while I got to help launch the weather balloon equipment this summer. Rod had a fun ride today. :0 I think it may have kicked his butt a bit but he'll acclimate to the thinner atmosphere in a couple of days. I think he had fun, anyway. Life is great! Headed to supper.
... of the road, sport their RMNP sweatshirts like there's no tomorrow and seem to think that taking pictures out the car window is "experiencing the outdoors"... ugh... I took a quick picture at Sprague Lake (only for this blog, so you readers had better like it) and was out of there. The Texans can have it. Cleaned up back at the hostel and did a quick load of laundry - sheets and towels - grabbed a latte and I was on the road back to Denver.
Some good friends ...
... the rigs bobbing up and down sedately.
When we reach western Kansas, we hit serious doldrums. To keep our eyes open, we start playing word games and this is interesting enough to get us into Colorado. Southeastern Colorado is just an extension of Kansas, except it looks more run-down. I’m continuing to check the weather, and hear there is a bad storm coming over the continental divide bringing the chance of hail and tornados. The sky is getting darker ...