Black Canyon Inn
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... been blessed with this for past three weeks.
We made it back down then proceeded to drive the (very) narrow road east over a 12,200 foot pass then down the east side of park into Estes Park, Colorado and on into Fort Collins-Loveland area to see Sraddha's nephew and also do some more mundane things like restock and get haircut etc. (see next post).
Only one day drive but well worth it. The rockies are really something to behold.
... up a bit before the trek into Denver for the Colorado Rockies game (vs Arizona Diamondbacks) at Coors Field.
Turned out to be a good thing we did rest up, because The Ridiculous ratcheted up the closer we got to the ballpark.
So the weather forecasts (from MLB and from Weather.com) suggested little chance of rain, and then only from about 3-4 or 4-5, depending on which source you checked. Since the game was due to ...
... and the snowfall Hamble has had in the past few years, but these little ones are Floridians!
Anyway, both missions achieved although the wildlife wasn't as spectacular as it had been the last two times. The bighorn sheep (which we still haven't seen here) have not been down to their regular watering ground since July 1st and the elk have moved higher up as the ...
... We stopped at several towns on our way to the National Park, mainly for toilet breaks as we were told to drink plenty of fluids to minimise any potentials effects which may be caused by altitude sickness. I just thought the driver was being dramatic until I started feeling short of breath when walking across the bloody car park at one of our stops. I was also starting to feel drowsy. I upped my fluid intake. We stopped in the towns of Fraser and Granby and then started ...
... lying down while the other looked around and ate the fauna! They are beautiful creatures and the mountains behind them just made the view unforgettable!! I wish we could have gone closer but we were to stay on the marked path - the tundra faces all aspects of weather and takes centuries to heal so the trails were built to prevent foot traffic from causing even more damage.
It was then time to head back for town..... what an amazing first day back in COLORADO :D