Stone Mountain Lodge & Cabins
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... So driving along we saw some early fall colors in the highest passes, followed the snake river and saw lots of Dams. Somewhere in Wyoming we missed a turn off for a part of the scenic drive that would lead us in the general direction we were headed. Wyoming highway signs are little brown round signs that are easily missed at least by us! We just kept driving sure that we were gonna find that road. Well the road we kept driving on just happened to loop back ...
... CO hiker and is very familiar with Rocky MT Park. JT has done a great deal of hiking in the West. He hiked alone, across the Rocky mountains from north to south along the CO trail, a 36 day venture through CO peaks. He has also climbed the rocks of Devils Tower in Wyoming. When we where there, we were astonished watching the climbers climb up that wall. The hike was rewarded by meeting our goal and having lunch at the water fall. Listening to JT's stories about ...
... I made my way back.
I returned via a different route obviously, and the countryside in the evening light was even better. I got stuck behind an annoying driver that sort of ruined my drive, mainly cause they were driving slow and would brake in the corners so I had to watch them more then the scenery, eventually I passed them and was out of the hills.
I got back to the apartment and did a little work on my laptop. I had intended to visit Dexter at work ...
These are a few pictures of a cookout at her house in
Superior in August 2012 to introduce me to her new son Jaz, a puppy she bought
from a breeder in South Dakota a few months earlier, a dinner with friends Kamla
and Jenny at a fondue restaurant in Denver in November 2012, and one of me in
front of Myra’s house after I did some yard work.
... in some friendly "trike racing" on the local streets!
Joe with his shiney new trike!
Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) Wilderness.
Lindsey and Arun took some time to visit Rocky Mountain National Park while Lindsey's finger was in its early stages of recovering. The two took a lovely and casual six-mile loop hike ...