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Have continued our walking holiday. Estes park is again different from were we have walked before. Has beautiful mountain meadows and pine trees in rugged rocks. I (ann) got a little altitude heady. 9600 ft above sea. We walked 13 kms up to 10200 ft. SLOWLY! Wesnesday. Thursday (today) our walk took us past lakes and again through his meadows …
After leaving red lodge we passed through settlements of first National people - very depressing - with squaller and run down housing. Even though they appeared to have nothing they had huge rv's out the front of their properties We saw 100's of prong horn - a type of deer - which we had previously risked life and limb to get a photo of.
... home. The medical centers in Estes Park are getting rich off of you.
We were impressed at the sheer numbers of folks today. The park entry gal noted that they are on track for setting a record for attendance at nearly every national park this year. Certainly, this park will make the record, based on the numbers we see today.
Still, it was so...wonderful, amazing, awe-inspiring and beautiful. My photos don't do justice.
... the approximately 6 million photos I took to mark the occasion.
We also did get a much better look at a Yellow-Bellied Marmot here, AND I saw a couple of American Picas--one of which I managed to photograph beautifully. They almost never stop running, so getting a good photo with a little point-and-shoot camera is pretty much a matter of sheer luck. My luck must have been very sheer indeed!
Stopped for a ...
Our schedule allows us to sleep in today and we are not up until 7, definitely an improvement over waking in the middle of the night. We pack up and are back on the road today's destination is Estes Park Colorado but first we will head to Denver to see the Rockies play.The drive is un-eventful, although the Rodeo's temperature gauge did move past half as we crossed the ...