Hot Sulphur Springs Resort & Spa
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... off the day, because it was early evening we were lucky enough on several occasions to see Mule Deer, Elk and Moose grazing along the roadside completely ignoring the traffic that passed by, in fact on one occasion a female Elk walked down the center of the highway stopping traffic. At another spot we watched a female moose grazing while her calf lay in the tall grass waiting for
mom to return. This was truly a fantastic day.
... A nice bench to sit on outside... A picnic area... In a quiet town.
The only sound is the occasional train or car, a bird (or coyote) in the distance making a laughing noise, and some machine humming near the gas station down the block. I walked down there earlier to buy pop, chips, and sandwiches. The dark shadows of mountains fill the blue partly cloudy, partly starry sky. I think we are two hours from Denver and it's the weekend. You could see people ...
... usual, Io and Ci slept like little babies all the way there, leaving Tegz to entertain me up front.
We knew today was going to be very busy, as the Bear Lake trails are very popular. When we arrived at the parking lot we took one of the last spaces just before 9am.
We quickly got our rucksacks on and turned on the Garmin to track our progress. We walked the 0.5 miles to Nymph Lake quite quickly although I was at the back of the team due to the effects of my growler ...
... National Parks: Rocky Mountain, Great Sand Dunes, and Black Canyon of Gunnison.
The first weekend came and we worked all day Saturday and the weather was no good Sunday. The we worked 80 hours the following work week. I was exhausted and worried we'd either be working the weekend or I'd be too exhausted to take on a big hiking trip. If I got to go to Rocky Mountain National Park, my plan was to hike 10 miles round trip on the Glacier Gorge Trail up to Sky Point. It was a ...
Woke up to a beautiful sunny blue sky, with the ground outside all frosted white - even the water pipe connected to the 5th wheel was frozen solid. We hopped in the truck and went to a different part of the Rocky Mountain National Park today. The first walk we did was at a place called 'Alluvial Fan' - an area where a dam burst in 1982 sending a massive (29 million gallons!) flash flood pummelling down the mountain side, sweeping huge boulders and trees in a huge fan ...