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... Ears Peak on the east side of the Divide at 10,654. With views across to the Rockies and their foothills this was simply a glorious hike. The last half mile was a VERY steep slog, leading to a scramble up to the Ears. But once on top we were filled with awe and gratitude for the magnificence of the views and the exhilaration of making it all the way.
We could see all the way into Wyoming to the north, across the ...
... made snowballs and enjoyed the wide open views. After a while we headed back down the mountain for lunch.
We drove on a few miles to the summit of Cameron Pass and found a picnic spot. Ray and I enjoyed a beer and we all had a delicious veggie wrap.
After lunch we drove a little further down the road to The Moose Welcome center. We stopped and took a photo of a life size ...
... up for the trip and shared hometowns, travel plans, and etc. All in all, a pretty interesting group. The celebrity of our group was the Rev. Jesse Jackson and his son. I talked to Jesse for a few minutes during the flight, and he was on his way to Pretoria for some business. He said he hoped he would be able to see Nelson Mandela, but I doubt if he could. My South African friends say ...
... so special - and they were turning off the water on Monday .... so ...
We headed out and landed in Steamboat Springs. Aspens and hillsides are so beautiful. Stopped at a ranger station looking for a campground with trees. They sent us to Bear Lake in the national forest. 9700 feet! and what an amazing experience.
Before going camping, biked the beautiful bike path in Steamboat Springs along the ...
... Even with extra people the lifts had no lines, but from the look of the front side at lunchtime I doubt anyone was out there in the afternoon.
At dinner, my waitress (an Aussie named Georgia), asked how did I go today, I said are you kidding that was the worst day, she just laughed and said she only did an hour and gave up, I said I lasted until lunchtime. She wanted to know how the ashes was going? I could only offer that we got a ...