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Today we hang out in the beautiful little town of Estes Park. The town is located at the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. The plan today is just to relax, do some shopping and prepare for the race tomorrow.
We head to the high school for package pickup. Les is scheduled to run the half marathon and I am scheduled to run the full marathon. Linda asks what it takes to get one of the nice pink tech shirts given ...
Had a leisurely breakfast at the lodge sat outside by the river. Headed out to do our first full trail in a national park, called Gem Lake Trail. It was a 4 mile very steep climb but well worth it for spectacular views over Estes Park all the way up and it culminated at a little lake at the top. Sat there for a while and at any one point there were about 3 or 4 chipmunks within ...
... It was so refreshing to actually talk to 2 normal people who were just there like we were to enjoy the simple nature and beauty around them. I was losing all hope for humanity on the way up that hill truly. So it was a much needed jolt to help us get past all the litterbugs and tundra walkers on the way back down.
We finally got out of the park and into the room at 3:30 and we then took a nap! Jym was so exhausted from all the harrowing ...
... family hike. We ended up going a total of 5 miles, with about 900 foot elevation gain. A good work-out, but much more do-able than yesterday's hike.
After waiting some time for the shuttle, we finally made it back to our car, and then back to the YMCA by about 4:00. We got back to the craft shop, again shut them down, and again did not finish our projects! ...
... downtown and have a picnic lunch. It was perfect, we found a table in the shade and fixed up turkey sandwiches, apple, chips, and tart for desert. We drove around for a little bit taking in the cute city of Boulder, and then headed north to Rocky Mountain National Park.
It was about a thirty five minute drive to Estes Park from Boulder, which is next to one of the entrances into Rock Mt. park. We decided to pull into the Estes Park visitors center and ...