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... where the trail ends. About 500 yards from the ski resort a rain squall forced the 4 of us to seek shelter under a garage overhang. We waited until the squall blew itself out and the rain subsided.
We had lunch and a beer at Doc’s Roadhouse in the little village at the base of Winter Park. It turns out this is a mecca for mountain bikers. They take their mighty steeds to the top of the chair lift and ride down ...
The rain was intent on following us around America as we made our way to Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. After a few 'kodak' stops that would have been much more impressive if the mountains weren’t shrouded in thick fog, we got to Beaver Meadows visitor centre and split up: the guys, Martina and Nina headed off up a mountain while the rest of us decided to wait out the rain.
Oh, were we in for a treat: ...
... the ground hogs and chipmunks chase each other around our camp area while eating egg and cheese sandwiches for breakfast!! At one point, I heard the happiest bird chirp, looked into the trees and saw a large, bright, shiny blue bird fly towards the mountains! 'Blue jay!’ Cody shouted - it was absolutely gorgeous!!
After packing everything away, it was time to go explore!! We drove along Trail Ridge Road, the longest road in the Rocky Mountain ...
... We started at 6757' and climbed to 9426', not bad for a couple of older ladies...we had a young gal pass us as we were climbing and also saw her go back down toward to Steamboat Springs.
Katy was not far away from us today, and we rested alot. When we got to the top Katy had our favorite lunch waiting spinch salad, chicken, tomatoes, peppers, celery, onions and chip with humus....Can't begin to tell you how great that tasted....So we get some warmer clothes on for what ...
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 ...
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