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... stuff in the tent was staying dry as well.
A few hours later the weather started to brighten a bit, and the rain stopped so we headed back to the stables. We got set up with our horses—Dawson was riding Gunsmoke, Jared was on Custer, Maddie rode on Honey, Mom was on Macaroni, and Dad was on Grace. I was a little concerned with Macaroni because while all the other horses were tied to the post, Macaroni was off by himself eating the grass. ...
... photo." The ranger did show us a hay pile, though, and told us that earlier in the week there were a mother Marmot and her babies there, and the babies were eating the pile faster than the Pika could build it. Poor little Pika! No winter-hoard eating Marmots were in evidence today, however.
Ranger also told us a funny story about a long-tailed weasel. These are small creatures, about 18 inches long from head to tail. They live up in ...
I have to confess that I would love to unload both barrels with this blog. I long to share my heart in its fullness, and have been thinking about the writing of this post since we started our drive toward Glacier View Ranch. However, I find that I don't have the capacity to share all the things I think and feel about spending time at this particular place in the manner we did.
Glacier View Ranch is the place that a brother of ours ...
... Rocky Mountain elk.
FYI: It costs $20 to go to the park, and the pass is good for 1 week.
First, Julie and I go to Sprague Lake. It turns out that it is very popular, and very manicured. Not what feeds our souls; we want wild remote beauty. So we drive up to the Alluvial Fan. There’s a beautiful waterfall, and many screaming children, but no sheep. I take pictures of some ground squirrels and a chipmunk (unknown species).
It’s getting to be close ...
Okay, so this really was probably the last time we'd be getting out before the weather settles in for the long winter. Snow has already come to the high peaks near the Continental Divide and we made one last attempt to get out and explore an area we haven't gotten out to - the Never Summer Mountains.
We drove up Rt. 14 past Ft. Collins and up into the canyon, past more glowing aspen and cottonwood trees that haven't shed all of their bright ...