Allington Inn & Suites of Kremmling
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... decided not to climb up, but Jack forged on up the steep mountainside, by the time I reached the top, because of the cold wind, I wished I had worn ear muffs and gloves. The views were fantastic, and although there were other mountains higher it still felt like you had accomplished a great feat in reaching the summit, and don’t forget the thin air, it was a real struggle to get enough oxygen during the climb. We continued ...
... improved, somewhere along the way we spotted a herd of buffalo grazing on the prairie, and by the time we reached Steamboat Springs we were seeing beautiful green mountains. Leaving Steamboat Springs we had to climb into the mountains up to “Rabbit Ears Pass” which was a 7 mile climb at a 7% grade, it took a little extra time to make the summit as we ...
After having 2 previous vacations cancelled because of eye problems, we finally got to go somewhere. After arriving in Denver and renting a car, we drove through Rocky Mountains National Park. Pretty spectacular scenery. Plus we got to see Mountain Sheep, Elk, a Marmot and a lone moose. A good first day. No WiFi here in Grandby so I'll send when I ...
... and thats to survive. When a ship becomes abandoned the rat will eat whatever it can up until there is no supply. Hunger drives it to survive. It will turn onto its fellow rat. Some other instinct drives it to reproduce even tho the ship doesn't need anymore rats. So they turn on themselves and do whatever it takes to survive a game with no rules. We have plenty of supply on earth, but we are still on our way to becoming like a ship of cannibal rats. And ...
... in the era when bagging
summits was my usual goal in favor of the fourteeners in some of Colorado’s
Now that I’m older and chubbier I am less adamant on a
mountaintop as a goal and have gone on a few beautiful hikes in the Gore Range.
I was very interested in a 12-mile loop hike in the Eagle’s Nest Wilderness in
northern Summit County I read about in my Summit County Hikes ...