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... there were people there with shorts and flip-flops although they didn't stay watching them for as long as we did.
We had a coffee at the Alpine Visitor Centre and talked to the rangers about the animals. Apparently the antlers on elk, moose and deer grow about 1 and a half inches per day through the summer (yes, per day). In the Autumn they rub the soft stuff off on the trees, ready to fight for the females. We watched ...
... Colorado river. The very same river that was so tamed in Yuma, 2000 miles ago. It snaked around the country side and before you know it the mountains start hugging the roadway. Sheer cliffs or towering mountains close in and the road twistered and bent it's way around these obstacles following the river that had found this path many years before the planners designed this road. The drive was wonderful as the Prius took me up into the heights of the ...
... gave my pup a big hug and a few kisses and hopped in the drivers seat-ready to go.
"We're not going without coffee!" I turned on the ignition, pulled up to the front of the driveway, glanced in the rear view mirror and said goodbye to my parent's oasis of a house. Off to Ozo and then on the road.
Seeing all of my previous co-workers and hugging all of them goodbye with well wishes, I downed a demitasse of the 8Th Wonder and I grabbed our tray ...
... kitty to pat along the way - always a good sign!
Not minding much, we took the opportunity to rest and catch up on the ill-fated blog.. yeah, this thing. It's becoming more of a chore, but we are persevering with it as much as possible. Something to look back on in 30 years to remind us that we actually did interesting things once (albeit, not in Boulder... :)
Up the next day and off we went toward Rocky Mountains National Park where some walkies awaited us!
... for a little while; thereby taking some great footage of boring straights, the ground and of me having a roadside wee-stop (okay, he claims it was accident that he was recording me watering a tree). Anyway, he got it sorted and got some really great footage that we will post hopefully tonight or tomorrow.
We elected to stop in Leadville for a coffee, and then upgraded the break to a light-lunch given the 1105-ish time ...