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Today we went into the Rocky Mountain National Park again, for our third trip along the Trail Ridge Road. We had no great plans to get across the top this time, but wanted to see the wildlife and give our little cousins: Isla (5) and Miles (3) their first 'snow experience'. It was hard for Oscar and Astrid to imagine that their cousins had never seen snow, with our own regular trips ...
Today we woke up late and my mom made breakfast. After breakfast we went to a family fun center called, Ride-A-Kart. We rode go-karts, had water wars, rode bumper boats, rode bumper cars, bungee jumped,went on a train ride, and had lunch at the snack shack. Go-Karting by far the awesomest!!! I wish I was 16 so I could drive, unfortunately for me Go-Karting is the closest to driving ...
... could rope ‘em and tie ‘em and stomp ‘em and kick ‘em and THEN shoot ‘em. HEH HEH HEH." Ok first of all dumbass shooting is still shooting so that statement makes no sense at all and second you are in a NATIONAL PARK where the animals are protected from morons like you. Why are you even HERE?? If you just want to shoot things then go out somewhere and do that. But don’t come in here where most of the people are here ...
... created when a lake broke in the mountain and the water spilled down through the valley. Great place for photos.
The Old Fall River Road is a one way narrow, windy road to the visitor center at the top. Elk and marmots are plentiful there. We spent time in the visitor center and gift shop then headed down the mountain. Stopped for a hike at Rock Cut trail.
We had planned to go to Bear Lake. ...
... and the highest road in the USA!! It took 4 years of repetitive drilling, dynamite blasts and clearing of the rubble before opening to the public in 1933. As we drove higher and higher, there were signs confirming the height above sea level... until we arrived at the maximum elevation - 12,183ft. So we parked up at Rock Cut and followed the trail even higher by foot where the altitude really started to take effect!
Hmmm I jumped out of a moving plane at ...