Stella worked half a day on New Years, and once she had closed her computer, we headed to Winter Park for dinner, and then onto Grand Lake, just as we had done the weekend prior for Christmas. This time, however, instead of cross-country skiing, our plans were set on snowshoeing in Rocky Mountain National Park, … Continue reading Trail Ridge Road: Take 2
Winter in Rocky Mountain National Park. The Never Summer Range as seen from Trail Ridge Road.
Nez Perce, Grand Teton National Park There is something about a Teton Adventure, the Tetons are a 40 mile long range located in western Wyoming and mainly encompassed within Grand Teton National Park. While Grand Teton is the most prominent and photographed peak in the range. This is a picture of Nez Perce, from late … Continue reading POTW: Teton Adventures
A week ago we ran into Rocky Mountain National Park to view the wildlife. We initially had passed a group of meandering moose that had captured the attention of many but they were in the tree line across the meadow. We continued our journey deeper into the park before we turned back at the Timber … Continue reading POTW: The Meandering Moose
A Bull Elk relaxing near Milner Pass, RMNP There is a short story behind this photo, we were headed into Rocky Mountain National Park to the Alpine Visitors Center. As we neared Milner Pass, there were an abundance of bull elk foraging. At minimum 5 large bull elk and a few juvenile elk as well. … Continue reading POTW: The Elk of RMNP
Never Summer Mountain Range
Cabin fever: the unfortunate side effect of the enduring pandemic. Dictionaries describe cabin fever as ‘extreme irritability and restlessness from living in isolation or a confined indoor area for a prolonged period of time.' To combat this, Stella and I take a quick walk in the morning before work, and then a longer walk in … Continue reading Cabin Fever