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... we were going and giving bits and pieces of advice. We ended up essentially telling the entire bus what we were doing as we were the only ones talking. Another friendly old guy chipped in to tell us to go to a tea shop in Boulder. We’re English we must love tea!
On the way back we saw another amusing road sign. "It’s against the law to feed or approach the animals". Imagine going to prison for approaching an animal. ...
... a retired high school science teacher who taught in Southwestern City Schools in Columbus! We decided not to go to the higher elevations today and not take any long hikes as there are afternoon storms pretty regularly this time of year. So we decided to hike around Sprague Lake a 1/2 mile level path and then decide what to do next. This lake is at 8700 feet. Sprague is a partially man-made lake where there used to be a private lodge run by ...
One second you are in a highway, the next you are surrounded by massive mountains. When they say Rocky, they aren't kidding; these mountains have a unique personality, making them a billy-goat's heaven. Can't wait to come back some day and see the rest - snowboarding on them will be epic. No doubt. I'll be back someday.
... to say, there are gorgeous views along the way, and beautiful scenery. But it is beyond my ability to describe. You’ll have to go there yourself.
I encounter the first mosquitoes of the trip, and wish I’d brought bug spray. When we finally reach the falls, I’m glad we came and am sorry I don’t have the right lens to capture them. The sun is very hot here, so we hike a bit further up the hill to a shady spot where we eat lunch, and so do the mosquitoes.
... it all in (there was a torrential downpour that day, thankful we weren't camping).
Later when the weather cleared, we installed a couple vents in Rover's pop top, so condensation doesn't collect on the inside of the tent while we sleep... it's surprising how much we exhale. The new vents provide much needed ventilation, which will be especially helpful when we get to the tropics.