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... and so we only completed 12 miles.
Once again, we failed to finish, making it as far as the Alpine Visitor Centre, which is just past the highest point at about half way through the 47 miles. There is just too much to see! We had a fabulous day and added some new animals to our wildlife spots (marmots, chipmunks and Bethan was buzzed by a hummingbird) as well as elk that we also saw last time.
The marmots were amazing - ...
... onto the dumpling. I finally pull my food from the sloppy yellow clutches of the sauce bowl and into my mouth. Hmmm, this isn't so bad was my initial thought. It was a little spicy but nothing I can't handle. Bam! The hot flame hit me like a steam train, and it whistled it's way through my sinuses and out my nose and eyes. My eyes watered and no doubt my face was red. I tried to hold my composure but I know my face betrayed me. And like a train, it passed ...
... Klein shoes at less than $50. I passed in the opportunity to buy a neat pair of silver Stuart Weissman shoes for about the same price. They fitted well but I'm conscious of space in the suitcase. Popped over the road to a neighbour's party. How kind to invite a total stranger and the ladies were lovely and kept me entertained with stories of drug testing in the workplac
... dessert. It was very good.
Tomorrow we go to Estes Park the start of our drive through Rocky Mountain National Park. We changed our plans a bit. Instead of going northwest on CO 36 we are driving due west and then north to Estes Park. Our new route is called Peak to Peak and is supposed to be very scenic.
We just saw fireworks over Boulder, spectacular!!! Hope you all had a wonderful Fourth.
... a fire pit overlooking all the mountains. It was nice and warm given that it had dropped about 50 degrees since the day time. We opened a nice bottle of Keenan merlot, and headed inside to cozy up in the nook and crannies featured all over the lodge.
We headed out there with full intentions of skiing, but waking up the next morning to rain and snow, we were more excited to find a great breakfast place and ...