The Mountainside at Silver Creek
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... seasonally closed, but we travelled each one that was open. Most of the wildlife must have been burrowed into the park, except for the herd of mule deer we spied near the park bottom.
The open road to the upper part of the park was snow-covered. A cold, hard-blowing wind limited our number of visits outside the car, except we did find a rocky ...
... and Stillwater Marina from our hilltop.
Now we were ready to begin the exploration of Rocky Mountain National Park. It turns out that endeavor will be hugely complicated by the massive flooding on the east side of the Rockies near Estes Park (the east entrance to the park). We’ll find out Friday if our plans have to change. More later.
Friday, September 13, 2013.
Highlights of our ...
... came a Long-Tailed Weasel. It headed off to the kitchen and collected its mouse breakfast. Mystery solved. Weasel came all summer; ate all the mice.
The trip to the Pika rocks was about 1.5 miles out and back, so a good bit further than we went yesterday and on less easy terrain, but MIN was game, and we made it back in one piece and still on speaking terms. We went into the Visitor's Center to have a hot drink, and, since it ...
... check some reservations for the coming two weeks. We then parked outside of McDonalds and had a brief Skype conversation with Marc and Jan in Kowhitirangi before heading back up the road to Green Ridge. All day we had been driving in and out of dark and threatening rain clouds and the final 30 minute push to camp was no different. We arrived to a campground poised on the edge of a man-made lake and only 5 miles from the western border of Rocky Mountain National ...
This morning I sat on a boulder looking out at Nymph Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park and cried. It may not seem like much of an accomplishment to hike an uphill trail to a beautiful mountain lake, but to me it was the culmination of a yearlong journey to claim wellness.
My father passed away in June 2010 and I found myself reassessing my life, looking at who I had become and what I wanted. After several months of focusing on my ...