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... is ready to go as well, and again I am very envious of her choice.We arrive at the high-school and I head over to the starting area, are starts are staggered and I am up first. Taking my position with about 5 minutes to go before the gun I power up my Garmin GPS watch, no luck. This is not good I use my watch constantly during long runs to monitor my pace and progress. Reboot, check and reboot again the pattern goes 5 or 6 times and ...
... in Denver, but in Chicago, New York, Boston, London. Eastern doctors recommended the Colorado high country to invalids suffering from respiratory complaints. Mountaineers answered the challenge of Longs Peak. Hunters and fishermen sought the abundant and easy trout. Already, a hundred years ago, the pattern was set: homesteaders became hotel men and the Park a tourists' paradise.' (Ruth Stauffer, This was Estes Park. ...
... 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 ...
We then heard a series of loud squeaks and saw a PIKA peeking out from under a rock. They are a relative of the rabbit and spend the summer creating haystacks of dried grasses and flowers ready for winter as they do not hibernate! So while all the other alpine mammals are sleeping, the pikas return to their rocky havens and spend months eating the food they have stored!
After about half an hour of walking, we reached the Mushroom ...