Ramona Lake Cabins
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It's currently half six on Tuesday the 19th and I'm soooo tired. Today was jam packed full of activities for international and exchange kids so it was cool to come back to the dorm and just chill. I'm still the only one on my floor right now which is kinda weird but come Thursday it's going to full of freshmen and their parents... Greeeeeat. So last night ...
... find authentic middle eastern cuisine in the middle of Colorado. The iced sage tea was a welcome oasis from the mid day sun. The various hummus and kabob platters that we ordered were a nice break from our campsite staples of hamburgers, chicken, trout, and hot dogs. After heading back to the campground, Colby talked me into a dip in the pool. I was a little afraid that soaking for too long would turn the pool a hazy shade of brown. I had not had a good soak in a ...
... br> into the Park but there were few leaving. We passed through the west entrance
gate which had several entry lanes but all were backed up with cars ,vans,
buses and winnebagos waiting in line.
There were like - dressed folks in green t shirts posing at the
Yellowstone sign and a frenzy around that with folks running through the lines
lest they miss there chance to pose by the sign. The Yellowstone season now seemed to be
There were also a lot of piles of cut trees along the side of the road. These have been assembled into bonfire piles and are ready to be burnt. The Lodgepole pines in the Rocky Mountain National Park have suffered the same fate as those in other parts of the United States and Canada. The beetle infestation has killed many trees in the forest and is a major problem here. We travelled through the park roads turning toward Estes Park once ...
... difficult, but I didn’t make it all the way to the summit. By early afternoon there were ominous dark clouds forming over the Never Summer Range to the west and some precipitation falling out of them. Rain won’t make me melt, but lightning can be deadly when you’re above timberline and don’t have an easy way to not be the tallest thing in your area. So I turned back before summiting.
It actually never rained on me that ...