Streamside on Fall River
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... there are a lot of them (like in Montana). Tree-less hills, but greener than Nevada and windmills line the ridge tops.
Snow-covered mountain range & sweeping vistas that we just don't have in the East.
There are some "Badlands type" formations here & there on this route.
9:30-ish AM - Stopped at Little America - name of a 'town' & it is classified as such due to having a post office. It is basically a ...
... of snow around.
I spot a few marmot making the most of the green grass. Nest its back into Estes park to set up camp for the night. Its looking like the weather is going to turn nasty. There is some huge rumbles of thunder and big bolts of lightning. Its starts to rain, but stops just as quick. Lucky for me its doesnt rain again so i am saved form getting wet in the tent.
A fox casually strolls past us with his fresh kill. He doesnt seem bothered by all the campers.
... lush green bush with the occasional shady canopy to parched and charred forest following a fairly recent bushfire. It was one of those walks that was mostly very pleasant, but just a little too long. By then end of it we were more than ready to hang up the boots and pick up a beer. When we finally made it back to the car, we unpacked our Whole Foods deli picnic we grabbed earlier in Boulder and found a shady table to eat lunch, yum yum!
By this time we'd had ...
... a misty apparition, moving things, making noises, and closing the door to her room. While hanging out in Lucy's room, after several requests from our guide, Lucy made an "appearance" in the form of a presence behind the opened door. I got up and pushed against the door - and I can honestly say it FELT like something was pushing back at me. When I quit pushing - the door remained where it was.
Our guide asked Lucy to close ...
... America's most stunning and impressive climbs was put together in a history and guidebook by Steve Roper and Allen Steck (in the late 70s). This book has continued to open the adventure climber's imagination to these dramatic climbs (and pushed others to try some pretty cool feats - the Smiley's challenge for example).
One of ...