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... with pumpkin risotto and roasted pumpkin seeds. We went back to the room and started watching 'The Shining', which plays on a continuous loop on the hotel TVs. Maybe because I was already reading the book, but I didn't find it that scary. We got part way through and turned it off to sleep. It took me so long to fall asleep. I was getting so hot under the covers, but I didn't want to expose any body parts in case a ghost touched me :). I was feeling a ...
Mike and I spent the last few days driving through the RMNP and taking a few of the shorter trails. We really enjoyed seeing some of the wildlife in the area. We also spent some time shopping in town, which is much like many tourist locations. Enjoy the photos and I hope the video of the elk locking horns is viewable.
PS- I'm merging the Travel pod into Facebook, so I hope this works and many can see our travel pictures and follow our route.
... 8217;s quest to learn to fly fish. I have zero interest in fishing myself but thought I would tag along to take pictures of HER doing it. It was a 4 hour excursion to a nearby river and Jenn looked quite sporting in her waders!! It was so funny to watch her and her guide in the river. I imagine it was difficult to stand in the current and even more difficult to move through it on the oddly shaped river bottom. I thought Jenn was going in a few times ...
... the jousting matches. I thought
jousting was just something they did for cheesy shows at Medieval Times and at
Renaissance Fares, but it’s apparently a real sport with real prize money.
Anyway, big dudes dressed in full body armor are helped onto their horses, huge
muscular Percherons rather than sleek thoroughbreds, and they charge at each
other from opposite ends of the field with long jousting poles. Sometimes they
get knocked off their horses. I ...
... the Pika are a touchstone for global warming--they can live only in cold temperatures and are VERY sensitive to climate changes. They are monitoring the Pika as a sign of warming; they will go extinct if (when) it warms up too much. They already live above 10,000 feet in elevation; there isn't much further to go.
After a short talk, the ranger said "let's walk a bit further on and I'll show you where the Pika live." A "bit" further ...