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... continue on through scenic country to Silverthorne. We started out going east from Montrose, which didn’t make Mrs. GPS happy one bit. But we had a plan, so we turned her off and continued on. We drove through a lot of national lands today, several national forests and the Curecanti National Recreation Area, which was absolutely beautiful. It is made up of three reservoirs created on the Gunnison River and surrounded by mountains. We saw ...
... Up and up. Clambering over this rocky staircase. I was aware of how hard I was breathing, and my heart was going nuts, but not from the climb itself, as soon as the headaches set in I knew it definitely was altitude. All I needed to do was stop for a few minutes, take some deep breaths and my body would settle to it's normal rhythm. I knew I had to manage this as the air would only get thinner as I climbed. As I ascended I took the time to admire the view, this ...
... of the people i love most in this world and cannot tell you how blessed i am to have them as my parents to guide and teach me how to be my own person. And not to mention, handing over full responsibility to be my leader and protector on this trip.
So here i go, learning how to be my own person. handing over what i can do and especially what i can't to the only one who can completely guide me and make me new and purposeful. I'm ready. let's do it.
... it is great to see you again after all these years.
And in case you are wondering about the subtle Union Jack which makes an appearance in the photo, it is not just in our honour (!), but Devin is English too, despite the accent!
Off now to climb a mountain to watch ...
... Lumpy Ridge
Lindsey at the summit of the Bookend at Lumpy Ridge
That night, after a spendid dinner of tortellini, we fell asleep to the sound of elk bugling. We couldn't help recall the memories of our trip to northern BC two years previous.
Elk in Estes Park
They bugled all night!!