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... Sheep Meadows/Pond (?) who said they had seen a weasel the day before!
The road was closed from Rainbow Curve due to heavy snowfall the night before. The kids and Olav had a snowball fight there and I documented it! We were over 2 miles above sea level by that point.
Our last spot of the day, on the way back but to the other entrance, was a moose just grazing near to the road. A fabulous day and we will be back soon to do the other 35 miles of Trail.
... mobile homes. Even the businesses appear temporary. Others are seemingly abandoned with the buildings in various states of repair/collapse. Once we were notified that the next services would be in 57 miles. After passing through a lovely canyon with a train track for company, we arrived in Steamboat Springs to discover Larry finishing lunch in a sidewalk café. We walked a few blocks of the main street with Larry and ...
... out that Macaroni is their oldest horse and does not like to be tied to the post. He gets some extra privileges due to his age, so they don’t make him get tied up. He was 34 years old, which they say is very old for a horse. Most horses only live until around 30. They said he is still going strong, so I hoped that he would last another trip!
Macaroni fared just fine, but was a bit slow on the trail. Poor Grace seemed to be having her nose ...
... at, and explore on foot. The first part of the drive was through a low-lying (well relative to the rest of the park it was low-lying) valley before we turned and started climbing sharply into the higher elevations of the park. We stopped halfway up and went for a short walk around a small alpine lake. This was certainly an enjoyable walk but we were all dismayed at the effect that the elevation of 10,000 feet plus (nearly two miles above sea level) had on our ability to take ...
... campground which was on Bear Lake Road since it was close to the shuttle pickup and we wanted to hike around Bear Lake. We pulled into the campground and waited on the car in front of us to pay and then the ranger told us about the first come first serve loop, handed us a self pay envelope, read the rules and regulations, and let us go. We found campsite number 211 to be fairly flat and close to the bathrooms and water spigot. We set up the tent, and discussed which hike ...