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... at 11,796 ft above sea level) setting in, but we pushed ahead. We all had a hard time making it to the up, at one point I really wanted a cattle prod, and once we all “summited” there was less than little enthusiasm for pictures and celebration. I should have brought some candy. I truly believe that there is nothing wrong with offering sugary bribes for picture posing and hiking – two un-reproducable activities in my opinion. You really ...
... s hoodie to get a good panorama. We also stopped by Sprague Lake for one last quick glance and hope of seeing a moose but no luck. Since our breakfast had consisted of a taste of the apple Kuchen (which I chose to eat by tearing off a piece of its round goodness like a bear and Jym chose the option of sliding it off its round cardboard and directly into his mouth) in our car as we left the morning hike, we were quite starved. We wanted to do ...
... had the road closed and a shuttle was available. The wait for the shuttle was 20 minutes to 2 hours. We decided not to wait and headed back down the road. Near the main road a black bear was strolling along. We stayed and photographed him for awhile.
Then, out of the park we went. Headed to the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone.
Great day in Rocky Mountain National Park!
... with a reluctant Ci. He was unimpressed, and the swimming bears must have finished for the day!
We were glad to crash out in the car with air conditioning and some ice creams on route. It had taken us just over 5 hours to 7.1 miles, including photo stops and food stops.
We arrived back at the house, showered quickly and straight into the hot tub for a catch up with Luce.
Another good day, rounded off by Ioan beating us at cards again! Last full day ...
... at this point. I’ve never seen that happen before. There’s nothing to do but keep on going, though. I stop to get pictures of prairie dogs (or maybe some kind of ground squirrel) but don’t bother about a herd of elk we pass in shortly afterwards. Elk? Already saw those. No big deal.
At this point, I’m so tired I could be the walking dead. I perk up when I see the car, and get a jolt of adrenaline when I discover that it’s been unlocked the entire ...
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