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Travel Blogs from Winter Park
... amble across the valley below while drinking our coffee - they were oblivious to us way up above.
On the way back to the entrance to the park, we stopped at various places to see what was around. We really wanted to see the bighorn sheep, as we haven't caught sight of them yet. While looking over the valley, chipmunks were running around and Olav amazingly spotted a hummingbird in a tree. We could hear it and then it came out ...
... a thick jacket and some track suite pants. I had intended to bring a hoodie, however I forgot where I put it during the move. So I went to target to purchase one. I found what I needed and headed for the mountains. Mt Sanitas was my destination. Little did I know before I arrived in Boulder, that both Boulder and Colorado lie on the edge of the Great Plains, and they sit in the shadow of the Rocky Mountain spires that are the beginning of the Rocky Mountains. ...
... coyote, rattlesnake (mike just barely missed stepping on one), and more grasshoppers than one can imagine. The town outside of the park was called Medora and it was a totally cheezy cowboy themed town. Home of the Cowboy hall of fame. We emedietly started to miss twenty something year olds, but moved on to badlands national park where there were even less young people to see than Theodore Roosevelt park. Bandland national park is kindof similar but way mroe dry and wild ...
(S) You guessed it - another May trip. After last year's amazing travels through India, we are returning to Europe, and hopefully temperatures below 120 degrees. That also means rain, but we are prepared because let's be honest, it rains every time we go to Europe. It also means traveling to 3 countries we've never stepped foot into, even though we have been all over the Balkans on previous trips. And we love it. Our plan? We fly into Tirana, Albania, pick up our ...
The impressive looking mountains you see ahead as you
descend from the Eisenhower Tunnel when heading west from Denver are part of
the Gore Range, a rather small range of the Rockies that runs northwestward
from I-70 near Frisco and Copper Mountain to the Colorado River’s Canyon and
forms the border between Eagle County and northern Summit County. While it has
some attractive looking peaks, I tended to ...