Coyote Mountain Lodge
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... br> The walk up was around 3 klm which should have taken about an hour, but with photo stops every second step it took a lot longer. The further we got in the walk the higher we went and the more snow we saw. The ranger at the trail head told us the higher we went the nicer it would be and he was right.
On the way to Emerald Lake we skirted Dream Lake, another chance for more photos. By this time Denise had ditched us and was walking with a group of Texan homeboys which was a bit ...
... had 6 grad school applications due on December 15th.
Needless to say, we are happy to be relaxing and cozy up at my Dads house in Estes Park. My sister, Amanda, gets here today with her boyfriend and we will be spending a Merry Little Christmas together with my Dad, Linda, Dylan, Leyah, Shaddow and our dog, Champ.
We leave for Lima, Peru on December 29th for our South ...
... us with their bows and arrows..hehe... robin said i had a good imagination and Ian thought I was just mad..!! ..I think..
the path climbed very steeply and soon we were looking down onto the little town of estes with the snow covered peaks in the distance.. it was awesome.. we carried on climbing steeper and steeper with more and more views back down.. after 1:45hr we reached the peak where gem lake sat nestled between huge ...
... about around me but never stopping until I sat very still and waited in the silence and he popped up and sat next to me for a bit. The whole time I was on a small dirt road which was lined with a few adorable mountain homes against a backdrop of a huge rock mountain with its boulders dangling precariously out over the rooftops. I thought a lot about the homes. I wondered who lived in them and how rich they must be to live there. I also worried that ...
... absolutely spectacular, and where there were not only swarms of chipmunks, ground squirrels, and Clark's Nutcrackers, but also a Pika, some Stellar's Jays, and some Brown-Capped Rosy Finches. I had never seen the latter three there, and I had never seen the last at all. We spent a good hour there, just watching the scenery and the animal antics. We made acquaintance with some French tourists, from just outside of Paris. Their English was ...