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Colorado is pretty neat-stunning scenery, great up close wildlife ops and comfortable temperatures.
John Denver never mentioned the mossies tho', at times they queue up outside our (netted) windows!
On Tuesday we put on our glad rags and had coffee and a stroll through Vail-as you do!
On Wednesday Al drove up and down 3 passes: Vail, Loveland and Berhoud- all around 11,000 ft-hard work!
Most of our ...
Yesterday I drove down from Cheyenne to Estes Park in Colorado. Estes Park is the entry point to the Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP). I intend to go there tomorrow and drive along the famous Trail Ridge Road to Timber Creek, where there's a camp based on first-come first-served. The highest point on the road is 12,183 feet (or 3713 meters) above sea level. So, we are high up in the mountains, and it gets cold at night. ...
... one guy that thinks he doesn’t have to wait in the line and he will just skirt past everyone on the shoulder like he doesn’t know it isn’t a lane or maybe he wants to just take a picture of the national park sign then casually slip into the front of the line. Jerks. We finally get in but now the line up is like a train moving slowly through the park roads. We head for Old fall River Road which is part 2 way paved then switches to one ...
... hummingbirds coming to feeders (I got a rather nice photo of one perched in a tree, but he was 2FFR.)
A Magpie, bouncing from rail to branch in a clear effort to check out the tables for potential scraps
Several mourning doves perched in the tree next to the deck, cooing, and also awaiting crumbs
And a little ground squirrel, who was VERY busy darting around up and down back and forth from table to table to ...
... our hike, we drove to the Alpine visitor’s center. We stopped at the Continental Divide to take pictures.
At the visitor’s center, we saw a huge elk complete with huge antlers! It was grazing in a field. It was slowly moseying its way along to the road. Along the road it must have gotten pooped from walking with the antlers or something because it plopped down and ...