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... We circled back through Kremmling and Sulfur Hot Springs to be wowed by the most beautiful rainbow I have ever seen. No moose were seen.
We were always on the lookout for critters. We saw elk on every drive into the park. The cows and bulls were separated Cows were regularly in the Kawuneeche Valley just past the park entrance. Bulls were at Poudre Lake and the summit. During my last few days I started seeing moose. On ...
... team photo and then it was back on the bus for our journey down. We had another couple of stops where we got to see a marmot in the distance and some chipmunks and squirrels. Those bloody chipmunks were quick but I managed to get some good pics. I took about 30 photos of the little buggers but most ended up being of rocks where the chipmunks had just scurried away from. Got a few good ones eventually. At the bottom we stopped for another photo opportunity with some more ...
Well, I thought Grand Lake was going to be kind of a boring town with not much to do, and I wondered how we would fill our day here. WRONG! We began our morning with another delicious breakfast of smoked salmon and cream cheese scrambled eggs. It was so good the first time we just had to try it again! Afterwards we drove to one end of the lake where there was a short but pretty hike to Adams Falls. In fact, I was ...
I see flashes of Go-o-old!
I see that we’re made of
more than blood and bones
see that we 're made of
sticks and stones…
don’t forget to breathe now
forget to breath now!”
There were the Lava Cliffs that were composed of welded tuff resulting from a violent explosion 28 million years ago, the Never Summer Mountains that were formed when gooey ...
... we thought we are good to go lets keep hiking. Alberta falls was only a mile away we could do this no problem (we had already done about 3 miles). The hike was up and down and took longer than we thought but it was worth the walk. I took about 20-30 pictures on the way up and back. My hips already sore from rafting made the mile trip back tough but we made it. On our drive back to the Grand Lake side Corbin was driving ...