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... and Stillwater Marina from our hilltop.
Now we were ready to begin the exploration of Rocky Mountain National Park. It turns out that endeavor will be hugely complicated by the massive flooding on the east side of the Rockies near Estes Park (the east entrance to the park). We’ll find out Friday if our plans have to change. More later.
Friday, September 13, 2013.
Highlights of our ...
... the Alpine Visitor Center again we saw a heard of big horn sheep. Chris didn't have anywhere to stop so he had to drive forward about half a mile and I had to walk back to get my pictures. It was freezing, windy, raining and I was in summer shorts, thongs and a T-shirt and jacket so the worst attire possible for alpine tundra but it was totally worth it to see them and get good pictures.
We finished the drive totally satisfied and happy once we got back to ...
We were headed back to Denver this afternoon, so we spent the morning visiting a few spots in the park that we hadn't been to yet and saying a fond farewell. I'm always sorry to leave here; this is one of my favorite spots on earth. If I can't be home with Tim, then I would prefer to be here or in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England. How's that for an eclectic collection.
At any rate, we made a quick tour of some spots in the lower elevations: ...
Because we knew we had a 6 hour drive in front of us today we set the alarm and had breakfasted and were on the road by 7:45am. Today we were on the drive across the bottom of Wyoming before we dropped down into Colorado and the Arapaho National Forest and our campground at Green Ridge. The drive was fairly uneventful and was punctuated by a picnic lunch and a brief glimpse of a fox as it ran across the road in front of us. We stopped at Starbucks for emails and ...
I see flashes of Go-o-old!
I see that we’re made of
more than blood and bones
see that we 're made of
sticks and stones…
don’t forget to breathe now
forget to breath now!”
There were the Lava Cliffs that were composed of welded tuff resulting from a violent explosion 28 million years ago, the Never Summer Mountains that were formed when gooey ...