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... 8230; different. This is the first place 5 years of cross country trips that we have returned to twice. I could try my best to describe it for you, but I would fail. All I can say is that if you ever find yourself anywhere near this area of the country, follow the river west and prepare for an experience of spiritual proportions.
Continuing the theme of spirituality…. I happened upon a Tibetan Buddhist retreat center deep in the mountains surrounding ...
... br> the gorge. Now, Browns Park creates seasonally flooded wetlands during the migration season and then reduces pumping and wetland management after(May). After Browns Park, CO, we are on to CO including Steamboat Springs and - Rocky MT Natl Park - for the next 2 weeks or so
days of this journey.
June 8 Sunday
We left Norris campground in western Yellowstone Park in the
early am, planning to take showers and do our ...
... centre was running talks on brown bears and the dreaded pine beetle. We learned fun facts such as
- Pine beetles are only the size of a grain of rice yet they’ve killed off hundreds of miles of American forests
· There are only three ways to stop pine beetles from killing and eating whole forests: set fire to the forest, hope for an arctic winter, or just wait for them to exhaust their own food supply...so, ...
... so we don't have accommodation yet... The ride out of town to the Glen Echo Resort was brilliant, watching rafters float by, good winding roads, even tunnels. Stopped rather early so we could sit and enjoy the sound of the river flowing by, there are even trout taking on the surface right in front of us. Too tired to fish, having a bourbon from Knob Creek and a Moose Head beer. Going to try the green chilli tonight, apparently the Korean chef here is quite ...
... and then some male elk which had the big antlers. Cool ! Our final stop was just as we exited the National Park at a place called Rocky Mountain Gateway. Me and the Aussies had a hot chocolate on the back deck of a cafe that looked out over another big mountain range and a river. It was a magical setting. We jumped back on the bus for the 1 hour ride back to Denver. I had been telling the Aussie girls about my fantastic Chocolate and Strawberry Martini experience at the ...