Shalene And David picked us up this morning at our campsite to give us an a long day tour of the beautiful area they live next to. Immediately to the west of us, the imposing Rocky Mountains jut high into the sky, covered with the season’s first snow.
Since the photos I took give a far better view of what we saw and did today, this blog will be a photo essay. So, just sit back, scrolling away, and enjoy the tour that we had today!
The Views From Our St Vrain State Park Campsite, Firestone, CO
View Of Rockies From Our Campsite
Our Front WIndow Views
Our Exploration Of The Rocky Mountain National Park
Approaching The Town Of Estes Park, Gateway To The Park
Views From Within The Rocky Mountains National Park
Leaving The Park, On Our Way To The Mining Towns Of Central City And Black Hawk
2 thoughts on “Year 1 Day 33 Rock Mountain National Park”
A beautiful area, no doubt – and gray pix!
Fabulous photos! Thanks for sharing!