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... and head towards the mountains. All the while, I'm constantly checking my map for references. I find a unsealed road that goes through a valley and to the heights, and have to backtrack a little. There was a risk that it wouldn't be open due to the time of the year, and it was shut, which was disappointing. Looking up the road, the valley looked just beautiful. What a shame it was shut. I head back up into the mountains from where I'd come and back onto the main road. ...
... Granby, CO
- Rocky Mountain National Park – couldn’t get in. First time in 100 years since inception in 1915 that the park is closed.
- Lazy start to the day
- Grand Lake visitors center
- Grand Lake Lodge
- Roaring River and Bridge
- Ice cream at Zieffs in Grand Lake
- Kuwaneeche Visitors Center – personnel moved to west side to aid in rescue ...
... grazing on the mountainside meadows. More astonishing, were the people who abandoned their cars and approached the elk, coming within 20 yards of these giant animals. Crazy! I relied on my zoom lens and stayed a safe distance.
We are spending the night in Grand Lake. It's a bustling little resort town where we had a tasty meal and more importantly, we were able to wash clothes! Tomorrow we drive west across Colorado to Dinosaur National Monument. ...
... of the trees had (for some unknown reason) been cut down and our tent site and picnic table were out in the middle of a rocky meadow. All good though, we sat in the car for 20 minutes to let a rain shower pass and then we pitched the tent and the sun came out. The kids took advantage of the fine weather for a brief swim in the lake and a good 'ol splash around. There are some fine pictures by the lake, take note of Eli doing his Haka face Then, we had dinner as ...
What a fantastic day we had Tuesday! We drove to the Rocky Mountain National Park to hike. The backpacks were filled with peanut butter and orange marmalade sandwiches, trail mix, potato chips, pretzels, water, soda and all the essential hiking articles (i.e., hiking sticks, rain poncho, first aid kit, whistle, compass, bear bells, knife, matches, etc.). We drove a short distance to Sprague Lake for a warm up ...